Iran, World Powers close to Nuclear Deal: Lavrov

Iran, World Powers close to Nuclear Deal: Lavrov

Iran, World Powers close to Nuclear Deal: Lavrov

(Moscow) – Global powers and Iran are close to a preliminary deal to rein in Tehran’s nuclear program and should not pass up a “very good chance” to clinch it, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said. His comments in a television interview came a day after a senior U.S. official said it was possible a deal could be reached when negotiators meet in Geneva from November 20.
Six nations negotiating with Iran hope the talks can produce an agreement that would be the first step towards a comprehensive deal to end a decade-long standoff with Tehran and provide assurances it will not build nuclear weapons.
“Our common impression is that there is a very good chance that must not be passed up. The steps that must be taken to defuse the situation and create conditions for a final resolution of the Iranian nuclear problem are clear to both the six nations and Iran,” he said.

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