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World: Iranian nuclear: the 2015 agreement far from being saved, announces the Drian

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Iran-nucleaire-France: Iranian nuclear: the 2015 agreement far from being saved, announces the Drian

NUCLÉAIRE IRANIEN: L'ACCORD DE 2015 LOIN D'ÊTRE SAUVÉ, ANNONCE LE DRIAN © Reuters / Pool nuclear Iranian: the 2015 agreement far from being saved, announces the Drian

Paris (Reuters) - the world powers and Iran are far from concluding an agreement to revive the 2015 Agreement on Iranian nuclear power despite progress made At the end of December, Tuesday said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.

started last April in the Austrian capital Vienna, where was signed in 2015 the Common Global Action Plan (PAGC, or JCPOA in English), the discussions designed to bring Iran and the United States returned to the end of December with an eighth cycle.

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Washington then expressed its caution in the optimistic comments of Iran and Russia, one of the agreement stakeholders, considering it was too early to judge Tehran's seriousness in the talks.

The United States and the three European countries of the PAGC - France, Great Britain, Germany - repeat that the time is pressing by stages of the terms of the agreement from the American withdrawal, In 2018, to advance his nuclear program.


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Iran, which is now focusing on a single pan of the agreement - the lifting of economic sanctions aimed at -, refuses any deadline in the calendar of Vienna's discussions.

indicating that the talks continued, Jean-Yves Le Drian lamented their slowness, although he or she deals with the chances of "finding a solution that respects the interest" of all parties.

Speaking before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, he stated that small progress has been made at the end of December, but that the stakeholders were "always far away" to complete the negotiations.

(Report John Irish, French Version Jean Terzian)

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