quarta-feira, 16 de julho de 2014

Iranian nuclear agreement on the verge of being postponed in Vienna

Mohamed Zarif made the situation today, "the negotiations have been interesting but now we need political advances on the part of Washington to find a solution to reach an agreement that puts an end to the crisis".

Zarif had proposed yesterday, in an interview with the American press, the possibility to freeze the nuclear program advance for three to seven years, without renouncing to the project. A possibility ruled out by Washington demanding that Tehran limit its activities, including slowing down the number of nuclear centrifuges in operation.

The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, acknowledges there are important advances, but "there are still big gaps in key subjects. We have made it clear that the 19 thousand centrifuges of the current nuclear program are too ".

And if, in public, the exchange of accusations persists, backstage, diplomatic sources say timid advances in the draft of an agreement in Vienna between the five powers of the UN Security Council, the Germany and Tehran. It is now the Washington final say on the extension of the negotiations, when the United States continue to doubt the peaceful goals of the Iranian nuclear program.

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