Iran Nuke Talks Extended to July 2015


kerry-iranian-foreign-minister-mohammad-javad-zarifThe deadline for a final Iran nuclear agreement is expected to be extended to July 1, 2015, according to Western diplomats. The talks will aim to secure a political agreement by March.

The first round of negotiations ended today without securing a nuclear deal from Iran.

Hours before talks were set to expire, a senior U.S. official said Secretary of State John Kerry proposed to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif that the two sides start discussing post-deadline talks in their latest meeting since Kerry arrived in Vienna three days ago to add his diplomatic weight to the talks.

A source told Reuters that the details for a second round haven’t been set yet, but the negotiations may take place in Vienna or Oman. “Some progress has been made,” said a diplomat involved with the negotiations. “But we need to discuss some issues with our capitals. We will meet again before the new year. This is an ongoing process.” Read more.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. sure keep on extending it forever, until iran is fully covered with unlimited amounts of nuclear weapons to last them for enough years…

    wake up everyone & smell the coffee. the obamanation CANNOT & will not go against his muslim brothers, but he plays a game on YOU & makes you think he is serious on negotiations with them


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