Saturday, October 25, 2014

Iran Nuclear Talks Could Be Extended for Six Months - Report

The Los Angeles Times reported today that major world powers have begun discussing whether to extend Iran nuclear talks for another six month. Striking a deal by the current deadline of 24 November seems increasingly unlikely, and the extension of talks might be a more convenient option at this time than complete collapse of the talks.

“Our priority is still to work hard and try to reach an agreement,” a Western official told the LA Times. “But clearly, it would be extremely, extremely challenging.”


Anonymous said...

Iran should ask for much more sanction relief other wise it does not worth it for iran

Anonymous said...

sanction relief follows Iranian compliance with terms of an agreement. it won't precede it.

and with no agreement, more sanctions with be forthcoming......

... at the least.