sábado, 22 de novembro de 2014

Iran's nuclear dossier in decisive phase

A year after making a deal, France now shows a softer stance in the current negotiations, encouraged by a more comprehensive approach and well aware that a failure could have dire consequences on the whole region.

Despite the many differences the two sides are confident in a positive outcome.

Philip Hammond, British Foreign Minister said: "we are all determined to make some progress, but these are very difficult and technically complex issues, we have a long way to go".

Apart from some minor technical issues, the consensus coming up particularly on two points: the enrichment of uranium and the time for the suspension of sanctions against Tehran.

The interim Pact signed in November 2013, in Geneva, Iran promised greater transparency. However by the time the IAEA claims not to have full access to Iranian facilities.

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