Iran nuclear talks extended by three days amid 'narrowing differences'
July 8 , 2015
Talks to secure a deal over Iran’s nuclear program have been extended for another three days with reports of differences over the lifting of the arms embargo against Iran surfacing.
However, diplomats representing the major world powers stressed that differences between the two sides were continually narrowing, and just a few issues needed to be resolved.
UK foreign secretary Philip Hammond said that there was “clear will” on both sides to clinch an agreement.