European powers voice concern at Iranian stance in nuclear talks

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By Parisa Hafezi, Francois Murphy and John Irish VIENNA (Reuters) – Senior diplomats from France, Britain and Germany taking part in talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal voiced “disappointment and concern” on Friday at Tehran’s proposed alterations to a text that had been agreed on in previous rounds. “Major changes (have been) demanded (by Iran),” the officials said in a statement, adding that some were incompatible with the 2015 agreement. It is “unclear how these new gaps can be closed in a realistic timeframe on the basis of Iranian drafts,” they said. The seventh round of indirect U.S….

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