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Iran's Zarif says nuclear talks with Macron were 'productive': ILNA agency

Reuters Friday, 23 August 2019
Iran's foreign minister said talks he held on Friday with French President Emmanuel Macron about a landmark 2015 nuclear deal were "productive", according to the ILNA news agency.

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