Britain Says no Iran Deal 'Better than a Bad Deal'

Britain Says no Iran Deal 'Better than a Bad Deal'
Sun Jun 28, 2015 15:37:54

No nuclear deal between Iran and world powers is better than a "bad deal", Britain's foreign minister said Sunday as he arrived for talks just days before a deadline for an accord.

"We still have very big challenges if we are going to be able to get this deal done," Philip Hammond told reporters. "I have said many times before and I will say it again today, no deal is better than a bad deal", AFP reports.

While Nuclear Talks going on in Vienna to remove vague brackets and Iran- US FMs hold fresh nuclear talks in Austrian capital, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has reiterated the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, saying the Islamic Republic has never sought atomic bombs.

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