Hague bids to close 'narrow gaps' in Iran nuclear talks

Sunday, 24 November 2013 - 8:31

The UK's foreign secretary has said "narrow gaps" remain between Iran and the six world powers meeting in Geneva to discuss Tehran's nuclear programme.

Negotiators from the UK, US, Russia, China, France and Germany want Iran to stop enriching uranium in return for a loosening of sanctions.

Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi said Iran was insisting on a "right to enrichment" in any deal.

William Hague said any deal with Iran reached in Geneva must be thorough.

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