Kerry also said he will stop in London later Saturday before returning to Washington to talk with France and United Kingdom leaders involved in the negotiations to “share ideas this evening on how to resolve remaining sticking points … to determine whether a deal is possible.” He also said he has already spoken with China and Russia.
Germany is the other country involved in the talks, in which the world powers are trying to keep Iran for developing a nuclear weapon. Iran says its nuclear enrichment program is only for peaceful purposes.
“We are united in our goal, our approach, our resolve and determination to ensure Iran’s program is entirely peaceful,” Kerry said.
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