Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Hassan Rohani today said on state television that an agreement reached with the European Union yesterday could still fall apart if Iran's leadership objects. During talks Wednesday in Geneva, Iran and the European Union agreed to keep negotiating in a bid to reach a definitive agreement on Iran's nuclear program. The EU and Iran agreed to resume negotiations at the end of July, following Iran's presidential election on June 17. Iran also reaffirmed its commitment not to seek to develop nuclear weapons and to continue its suspension of uranium-enrichment activities. The EU promised to develop fresh proposals aimed a securing a deal with Tehran. Rohani said today quote "we told them (EU) we neither reject your proposal nor accept it."
Iranian Negotiator Says Deal with EU Could Still Fall Apart