Putin says deal on Iran’s nuclear program ‘very close’
Putin said the six world powers and Iran were 'very close' to reaching an agreement
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday the six world powers and Iran were "very close" to reaching an agreement on Tehran's nuclear program.
He also told his annual end-of-year news conference that economic ties between Moscow and Teheran would benefit if the deal were clinched.
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