Iran Nuclear NewsIran talks first step, more must follow - Germany

Iran talks first step, more must follow – Germany

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ImageReuters: Talks between Iran and six world powers in Geneva on Thursday were a first step, but Tehran must show it is willing to do more if it is to win the confidence of the West, a German foreign ministry spokesman said. ImageBERLIN (Reuters) – Talks between Iran and six world powers in Geneva on Thursday were a first step, but Tehran must show it is willing to do more if it is to win the confidence of the West, a German foreign ministry spokesman said.

"Yesterday's talks were clearly a first step but others must follow," spokesman Andreas Peschke told a government news conference on Friday.

(Writing by Noah Barkin)

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