Yesterday Secretary of State John Kerry rushed off to Geneva to continue a push for a deal with Iran. What could go wrong?
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In a statement, State Department spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki said Mr. Kerry was heading to the Swiss city, where the latest round of nuclear talks have been underway since Wednesday, with the “goal of continuing to help narrow the differences and move closer to an agreement.”buy valium without prescription
Negotiators from Iran and the so-called P5+1 group — the U.S. and fellow U.N. Security Council permanent members France, Britain, China and Russia, plus Germany — have struggled throughout the past month to settle on the specific language of a deal. The deal is expected to see the U.S. begin to ease economic sanctions on Tehran in exchange for an agreement from Iranian leaders to halt major sections of their nuclear program and open it to close international scrutiny.buy tramadol no prescription
Foreign ministers from the P5+1 nations converged on Geneva during a previous round of talks two weeks ago, but the talks ultimately recessed without a deal after Iran reportedly refused to agree to language that would require it to halt all uranium enrichment activities.buy phentermine online no prescription
The U.S. and its allies, including Israel, which is not party to the talks but has been played a vocal role on the sidelines during recent weeks, have long suspected that the Islamic republic is enriching uranium to make a nuclear bomb. Iranian leaders claim the program is purely for peaceful purposes, including for civilian electricity generation and medical research. (Read More)