French foreign minister heads to Geneva for Iran talks: source
PARIS (Reuters) - French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius is due to travel to Geneva for talks between Iran and world powers on the Islamic state's nuclear program, a source said on Friday, suggesting that an agreement may be under discussion.
"An interim text is under discussion and the minister believed that it was an important step," a diplomatic source said, adding that a ministerial meeting would be held in Geneva to discuss developments.
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