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French, German FMs say Iran deal remains elusive

French foreign minister Laurent Fabius addresses journalists upon arrival at the Coburg Palais in Vienna, on July 13, 2014France and Germany’s foreign ministers left Iranian nuclear talks in Vienna on Sunday saying that a deal remains uncertain, but US Secretary of State John Kerry remained in the Austrian capital for further negotiations. “I cannot say with certainty whether we will get a deal” by a July 20 deadline, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told reporters. “It is now up to Iran to decide whether to take the path of cooperation with the international community. “The ball is Iran’s court.”French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius for his part said that talks between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany would continue.

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