Iran says Geneva nuclear deal possible on Friday

Friday, 08 November 2013 - 12:14

The Iranian foreign minister has said he believes an agreement with world powers on Iran's nuclear programme is possible by the end of talks today.


Mohammad Zarif told CNN that Iran would not suspend uranium enrichment completely but could "deal with the various issues on the table".


The foreign powers did not comment on the progress of the talks in Geneva.


US Secretary of State John Kerry, currently on a tour of the Middle East, is due to attend discussions today.

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