Iran, six powers to resume nuclear talks after snag




 
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Iran, six powers to resume nuclear talks after snag
 
December 18th, 2013  
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Iran, six powers to resume nuclear talks after snag
By Marcus George and Fredrik Dahl DUBAI/VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and six world powers will resume talks in Geneva on Thursday about how to implement a landmark nuclear agreement, a week after Tehran broke off the discussions in anger at an expanding U.S. sanctions blacklist. Under the November 24 interim accord, Iran will curb its disputed nuclear program in exchange for a limited easing of sanctions that are damaging its oil-dependent economy. Diplomats said the task was complicated but that progress had been made during the December 9-12 meeting in Vienna, even though differences remained. In a sign of this, deputy Iranian chief negotiator Abbas Araqchi said the expert talks were set for an initial two days but may continue into Saturday and Sunday if required, Iran's Fars news agency said.

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