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Iran Agrees to Nuclear Limits, But Key Issues Are Unresolved

We have been following the nuclear talks with Iran very closely – and what any agreement would mean for the United States, Israel, and the rest of the free world. Now, The New York Times is reporting that Iran has agreed to a framework, but that key issues and a final agreement have not been resolved:

Iran and European nations said here tonight they had reached a surprisingly specific and comprehensive general understanding about next steps in limiting Tehran’s nuclear program, but officials said that some important issues need to be resolved before a final agreement in June that would allow the Obama administration to assert it has cut off all of Iran’s pathways to a nuclear weapon.

Both Germany’s foreign office and President Hassan Rouhani of Iran said that key parameters of a framework for a final accord had been reached, with the details to be negotiated by June 30. But Western diplomats cautioned that on several of the key issues that were debated here for the past eight days between Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, there were still significant differences.

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