BRUSSELS, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Senior officials from six world powers expressed disappointment on Friday that Iran had not accepted proposals intended to delay its potential ability to make nuclear bombs and urged Tehran to reconsider.
Iran has rejected a deal under which it would send enriched uranium abroad for rendering into fuel for medical purposes in Tehran.
“We are disappointed by the lack of follow-up on the three understandings (in the proposed deal),” said senior European Union official Robert Cooper after a meeting of officials from Britain, France, the United States, Germany, Russia and China. (Reporting by David Brunnstrom, editing by Timothy Heritage)
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