Iran says nuclear talks could resume soon if no deal on Saturday
GENEVA (Reuters) - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that if no deal is reached with world powers on Saturday over Iran's nuclear program, talks could continue in a week to 10 days.
"There was a possibility, and perhaps it still exists, that if there are good intentions we can reach an agreed-upon text," Zarif told reporters in Geneva, where ministers from six major powers are negotiating with Iran.
"If we reach a result by the end of today, it's reached. If not, the process will continue in one week or 10 days."
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