Major powers, Iran extend interim deal to July 7 for more talks

by Reuters  |  published on July 1, 2015

VIENNA – Six major powers and Iran have decided to extend an interim nuclear agreement until July 7 to allow more time for negotiations on a final deal, the United States said on Tuesday the deadline for a long-term accord.

“The P5+1 and Iran have decided to extend the measures under the Joint Plan of Action until July 7 to allow more time for negotiations to reach a long-term solution … on the Iran nuclear issue,” Marie Harf, senior adviser for strategic communications at the U.S. State Department, said,

The so-called “P5+1” are the six major powers negotiating with Iran – Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States.

  • Wolfman

    Am I the only person that thinks John Kerry has our backs, just like he had the backs of his PT Boat buddies in Vietnam (SARC).
    I know what we did in Vietnam was reminiscent of Genghis Kahn, but his negotiating skills are reminiscent of Benedict Arnold.

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