Netanyahu’s point-man on the Iranian talks, Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz, said it appeared that world powers were prepared to accommodate Tehran’s resistance to expanded, short-order UN nuclear inspections and demand to continue research and development of uranium centrifuges that make nuclear fuel.
On Saturday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said his country, in the name of protecting state secrets, could reject stepped-up inspections, even at the cost of missing the June 30 deadline. Western diplomats had sought the right to carry out inspections with as little as two hours’ notice.
But in a televised address on Sunday, Rouhani played up the benefits of easing Iran’s international isolation and pledged to reach a deal that would end the hardship of sanctions.
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