Six world powers set for nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva

Expectations are low for a breakthrough in the two days of talks between the five permanent Security Council members plus Germany and Iran starting Tuesday in Geneva. In Washington, several senators urge tighter sanctions to bring Iran in line. In Tehran, Iran’s foreign minister voiced skepticism about a resolution in Geneva before the controversy goes before a higher-ranking forum. Israel says it would be a historic mistake to ease pressure on Iran. DEBKAfile: Much ground has been covered in secret top-level contacts between Washington and Tehran but key points remain outstanding.
 

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