Obama and Hollande urge Iran to accept nuclear deal
French President Francois Hollande and US President Barack Obama urged Iran to accept the deal presented during recently concluded talks in Geneva.
"The two heads of state expressed their shared determination to obtain from Iran every guarantee that it will finally give up its military nuclear program," President Hollande’s office was quoted as saying by AFP.
The leaders of both countries said that the text presented during the recently concluded talks in Geneva formed the basis for a serious, solid and credible agreement.
"Now it is up to Iran to give a positive answer," the statement said.
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