Iran open to nuclear talks after U.S. election, diplomats say
(MCT) — WASHINGTON — Iran is preparing for a new round of negotiations about its disputed nuclear program after the U.S. presidential election determines whether Tehran will face a Republican administration that may have less patience than President Barack Obama’s for long-running efforts to reach a deal, according to diplomats close to the discussions.
Iran has balked at high-level talks since it met with six world powers in June in Moscow. But recently, it has signaled that it is ready to resume discussions in November in what could finally determine whether the diplomatic track can resolve a long standoff over the country’s nuclear ambitions.
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