Iran nuclear talks resume in Vienna overshadowed by Crimea vote
The dispute between the West and Russia could become a bigger problem in the event of a setback to the negotiations, says a negotiator
New York: The specter of Crimea hangs over Iran’s nuclear talks resuming on Tuesday, as world powers locked in a confrontation over Russia’s move to annex the region find themselves on the same side during negotiations with the Islamic Republic.
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