Le 14 juillet 2014, 04:55 dans Humeurs • 0
Earlier this week, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said that Iran could eventually need tens of thousands of centrifuges for its nuclear programme.
Within five years, he said, Iran would need far more than the 10,000 that world powers wanted to limit it to.
In his comments on Tuesday, Ayatollah Khamenei also expressed strong support for Iran's negotiating team in Vienna, a boost to moderate President Rouhani, who has been accused by hardliners of giving to much ground on the nuclear issue.
Also this week, France's foreign minister has hinted at growing differences between the countries in the talks.
Mr Fabius said the P5+1 group - the US, France, Britain, Russia, China and Germany - had previously been "very homogeneous" in their dealings with Iran.
But "in recent days representatives in the negotiations have put forward a certain number of different approaches", he told a parliamentary committee in Paris on Monday.
Both sides are hoping to build on an interim deal agreed in Geneva in November that saw Iran curb enrichment in return for sanctions relief.
But progress since the Geneva deal has been slow, with the last round of talks in May proving unfruitful.