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Iran nuclear talks: Is Tehran backpedaling? - CNN.comStory highlightsLausanne, Switzerland (CNN)The world's most powerful diplomats sat down in Lausanne with Iranian nuclear negotiators on Monday for the first time since November. And uncomfortable rumblings made headlines.The assertion: Iran backpedaled the day before on an important detail of a possible deal to prevent it from developing a nuclear bomb. On Sunday, an Iranian negotiator told journalists Tehran would not send fissile material to Russia, which diplomats had earlier told journalists was part of the plan to put potential bomb-making materials out of reach."The export of stocks of enriched uranium is not in our program, and we do not intend to send them abroad. ... There is no question of sending the stocks abroad," Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said.Just WatchedFrench FM: Nuclear agreement with Iran must be 'robust'replayMore Videos ...French FM: Nuclear agreement with Iran must be 'robust' 08:03PLAY VIDEOBut on Monday, a senior U.S. State Department official said the rumblings in the press should quiet down. Negotiators had not yet decided any specifics about the disposal of fissile material, and Iran has made the comments many times before, the official said, citing a list of previous examples of such statements in press reports.Three tense pointsThings have been tense in Lausanne, as a Tuesday deadline for an agreement looms with talks snagged on three important points:? How quickly or slowly Iran will be allowed to advance its nuclear technology in the last five years of the 15-year agreement.? How quickly crushing United Nations sanctions will go away.? Whether sanctions will snap back into place if Iran violates the deal. Just WatchedReporting from inside IranreplayMore Videos ...Reporting from inside Iran 07:25PLAY VIDEOIran wants them gone for good. But international negotiators want to merely suspend them, so they can reapply them as leverage if Iran does not keep the bargain.Agreement on the points is crucial, a Western diplomat said."There cannot be an agreement if we do not have answers to these questions," the diplomat said.Hardline disruptionIn the background, a vocal critic of a possible deal spoke out again. Over the weekend, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced the deal he believes is taking shape. "This agreement as it evolves is fulfilling our deepest fears and even worse," he said, after a meeting in Israel with visiting U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Netanyahu also attacked Iran for its support of Houthi rebels in Yemen, who have overtaken many parts of that country.He said Iran was trying to take over the whole Middle East with the nuclear deal and its influence in Yemen.Just WatchedMcConnell: U.S.-Israel relationship still very strongreplayMore Videos ...McConnell: U.S.-Israel relationship still very strong 01:58PLAY VIDEOConservative Washington lawmakers are threatening new sanctions if Tehran doesn't comply with demands, which could throw a wrench into negotiations. U.S. negotiators are working to reach an agreement in part to prevent this kind of congressional punishment. They fear it could prompt hardliners in Tehran to push for killing the talks, which would scuttle the chances of a deal altogether.But as French, German and Chinese foreign ministers arrived to join U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Lausanne, the mood seemed to grow more hopeful. The British and Russian foreign ministers arrived late Sunday.Just WatchedSpeaker Boehner's new warning to IranreplayMore Videos ...Speaker Boehner's new warning to Iran 01:07PLAY VIDEOAnd aside from the three tough points, negotiators on both sides have shown optimism.U.S. officials have said most of the other elements were solvable if those three major hurdles could be overcome. Iran's Araghchi agreed. "Getting to an accord is doable. Solutions have been found for numerous questions," he said.Sanctions timeline Iran would like sanctions lifted as soon as a deal is signed. But diplomats says it's not so simple.Iran could see unilateral sanctions relief in the areas of trade, oil and banking, but sanctions adopted by the United Nations are more complicated. Many are related to proliferation and transfer of missile technology and are tied to certification by the U.N. nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, that Iran's nuclear program does not have a military dimension.Just WatchedAmid turmoil in Yemen, can an Iran deal be reached?replayMore Videos ...Amid turmoil in Yemen, can an Iran deal be reached? 05:37PLAY VIDEOOn Saturday, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif showed some optimism about finding a path through the deadlock. He said he believes the world powers "have realized that sanctions, pressure and an agreement will not go together. It's only to translate that understanding and realization into the agreement that we are negotiating."U.S. officials said that all sides, including Iran, agree that sanctions would be lifted in phases over time as Iran confirms its compliance to the deal. But they acknowledge there is still disagreement on the actual formula. Better, faster centrifugesIran also wants to be allowed to develop more advanced centrifuges while the deal is in effect. New machines would enrich uranium much faster than current machines. U.S. and European officials worry that could enable Iran to quickly produce enough highly enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon. Diplomats say the first 10 years of the 15-year deal would have the most stringent restrictions, which would be relaxed over the last five. 'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – The tower in Azadi Square in Tehran, Iran, was built in 1971 in the shape of an upside-down Y.Hide Caption 1 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Anthony Bourdain joins two young Iranians for chelo kabab, as close as you can come to a national dish in Iran, in a restaurant in Tehran's bazaar. Hide Caption 2 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – The dish comprises multiple skewers of meat and minced meat, served with rice and tomatoes.Hide Caption 3 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – A series of beautiful restaurants is tucked up into the hillside of Darband, a mountainous neighborhood inside Tehran's city limits.Hide Caption 4 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Bourdain sits down with journalists Jason Rezaian and his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, in the mountains of Darband.Hide Caption 5 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Men get their hair cut in a barbershop in south Tehran.Hide Caption 6 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Bourdain and Babak Nadim, a Tehran resident, have a simple breakfast of sangak, a Iranian flatbread, on a park bench. Hide Caption 7 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – An Iranian family prepares a pot of stuffed kofta, or meatballs, for Bourdain.Hide Caption 8 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Crowds rush in for lunch at a popular restaurant for biryani.Hide Caption 9 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Bourdain stops for tea in a bazaar in Iran.Hide Caption 10 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – Classic cars are on display in a parking lot in north Tehran.Hide Caption 11 of 12'Parts Unknown': Iran 12 photos'Parts Unknown': Iran – A intense sandstorm engulfs Tehran, seen from the top of the Milad Tower.Hide Caption 12 of 12EXPAND GALLERY"We are not asking them to do nothing (in technology development), but they want to do more than we want them to do," a Western diplomat said. But the diplomat added, "After 15 years, they can do what they want."Diplomats said Iran has agreed to a cap of fewer than 6,000 centrifuges that it can operate to enrich uranium. That figure is down from the 6,000 the sides were speaking about when the talks started on Thursday, but substantially more than the several hundred the United States had originally wanted. Iran currently runs about 10,000 centrifuges, but it has around 19,000 in its stockpile.Breakout timeU.S. officials maintain the number is not that important, because there will be other restrictions on the levels of enrichment and type of centrifuges Iran can operate, which they believe will extend the time Iran would need to produce enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon -- known as the "breakout time" -- to at least a year. The parties have set Tuesday as their arbitrary deadline for a basic deal. A comprehensive deal, including technical additions, is supposed to arrive by June 30.But even if a pact is reached on Tuesday, it is unclear what form it would take, and the U.S. and Iran have varying needs. U.S. officials say they will need to quantify Iran's commitments before submitting the agreement to Congress. But U.S. and Western diplomats say that Iran is looking simply for an "understanding" of what has been agreed to before a formal accord is reached.CNN's Jim Sciutto contributed to this report.





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