French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Sunday that no deal had been reached at international talks in Geneva on Iran's nuclear programme.
"The meetings in Geneva have made it possible to move forward, but we have not yet managed to conclude (a deal), because there are still some questions remaining to be dealt with," Fabius said.
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"France wanted from the start to reach a deal on this important Iranian nuclear question," he said.
Fabius said there would be further talks and "we hope at that time to be able to conclude an agreement."