France, Germany FMs say no deal yet with Iran
Published on Jul 14, 2014 12:14 AM
VIENNA (AFP) - France 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. ... I hope that the days left until July 20 will be enough to create some reflection in Tehran," he said.
"The ball is Iran's court."
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