Agence France-PresseNovember 23, 2013 07:40
Negotiations between world powers and Iran over the Islamic republic's controversial nuclear programme "remain difficult" and any deal must be worthwhile, British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Saturday.
"They remain very difficult negotiations. I think it is important to stress that we are not here because things are necessarily finished," Hague told reporters as he arrived in Geneva.
"We are here because they are difficult and they remain difficult," he added.