Breaking: France Exits “Bad Deal” Iranian Nuclear Talks – Would Return if “useful” – President Francois Hollande: “No deal better than bad deal”…

…US Secretary of State John Kerry postponed his departure from the talks for a second time and will remain through Thursday morning, the State Department said

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius escorts US Secretary of State John Kerry after their talks and statement at the Quai d'Orsay Foreign Affairs ministry in ParisSwitzerland – French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius is leaving the marathon negotiations that have gone into overtime led by the United States between world powers and Tehran over Iran’s nuclear technology activities.

A French official told France 24 today (Wednesday, April 1) that Fabius was leaving the talks and would return from France when it was “useful.”

Speaking at a joint news conference with Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, French President Francois Hollande said it would be better to have no deal than a bad deal – the same opinion expressed last month by Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu while speaking to the U.S. Congress.

And yet, talks are continuing in a marathon effort to reach a deal which by all accounts other than those of the negotiators themselves, appears to be a bad deal, at least for everyone other than Iran.

The deadline for talks had been set for March 31 – a supposed “hard” red line that U.S. President Barack Obama vowed would not be crossed.

Today that line was crossed with ease, in Obama’s desperation to reach a deal with Tehran – as was the “red line” set by Obama over the use of chemical weapons against Syrian citizens by President Bashar al-Assad.

It was not clear what prompted the French foreign minister to leave. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had told Russia’s TASS news agency that a general accord had been reached all “all key aspects.”  (read more)

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(update) French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said late on Wednesday that Iran still had to make more effort to reach a preliminary political accord, but Tehran and the six powers were in the final and most difficult stages.

“We are a few metres from the finishing line, but it’s always the last metres that are the most difficult. We will try to cross them,” Fabius said on his return to the talks in Lausanne.

“It’s not done yet. We want a robust and verifiable agreement and there are still points where there needs to be progress especially on the Iranian side,” he said. (more)

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25 Responses to Breaking: France Exits “Bad Deal” Iranian Nuclear Talks – Would Return if “useful” – President Francois Hollande: “No deal better than bad deal”…

  1. John Galt says:

    Obozo will draw more red lines. When finished, Obozo’s lines will extend from today to an Iranian nuclear ICBM.

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  2. Ted Unlis says:

    Maybe it’s time for Kerry to bring in Yusuf Islam (aka Cat Stevens) to serenade the Iranians with the classic hit “Peace Train”.

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    • smiley says:

      “Oh God said to Abraham “Kill me a son.”
      Well Abe say “Where you want this killin done ?”
      God says out on Highway 61.”
      Bob Allen Zimmerman

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Mr. Ed. The horse that would not leave. He will be there babbling away all by himself when the Iranians go home. Dear Leader won’t let him leave.

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    • RJ says:

      I would prefer the former Cat Stevens become a suicide bomber where he targets an abortion table/clinic within the Kardasian home compound.

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  3. rashomon says:

    Quelle surprise! Even Hollande isn’t THAT dumb.

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  4. lovely says:

    How far down the rabbit hole are we when the president of France has a stronger backbone than the president of the United States?

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    • smiley says:

      maybe France walks out b/c Iran isn’t building nuclear “electrical facilities”.
      Iran is building nuclear bombs.
      so when there’s no “meeting of the minds” in a deal, this is what experienced adults do…they walk away.
      before it all goes kaboom.

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    • AdukeLAXobserver says:

      I don’t see this as a backbone problem. But one of a muslim sympathizer heading our government.

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  5. yakmaster2 says:

    An Iranian negotiator said a final deal must include a “a guarantee of the Iranian nation’s nuclear rights.”
    All righty then. Time to unroll your sleeves, put on your jacket, turn out the lights and head for home, Mr. Kerry.

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  6. BooRadley55 says:

    Yeesh. John Kerry is utterly pathetic. I didn’t think anyone on Earth would be incompetent enough to make Hillary Clinton look like a good Sec State by comparison.

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  7. rashomon says:

    Argue with me as you may: today the Middle East had three points where diverse communities were/are welcome to set up shop: Syria, Israel and, lately Egypt. This administration has taken the side of the Muslim Brotherhood, a cancer to all three points for decades, to destroy all religions and law. The JV squad at its best.

    Edogan strides toward an Ottoman Caliphate. The Sauds continue to support tribal Wahhbists. The Shia leaders scramble for arms to secure their position. Obama plays golf. Just exactly how is this working for us?

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    • MaryfromMarin says:

      It’s not working for us at all.

      OTOH, it’s working just great for our enemies–which includes most of our government.

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  8. akathesob says:

    This is just a bad damn mess all the way around. We are so screwed.

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  9. moe ham head says:

    i got an idea they are a few meters from the finish line so lets give them a muslime finish line

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  10. Iran will keep talking in circles indefinitely to keep the sanctions loosened. That extra money comes in handy for building ICBMs and atomic bombs

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