The United States will not take its eye off Iran's "destabilising" acts in the Middle East, Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday after talks with Gulf allies wary of an emerging nuclear deal with Tehran.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will hold talks on Iran`s nuclear programme with his French, German and British counterparts Saturday in Paris, a US official said, as negotiations over a deal gather pace.
Iran on Tuesday rejected as "unacceptable" US President Barack Obama`s demand that it freeze sensitive nuclear activities for at least 10 years, but said it would continue talks aimed at securing a deal, Iran`s semi-official Fars news agency reported.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry quietly cautioned Israel not to undercut nuclear negotiations with Iran that resumed on Monday as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepared to make the case in Washington against the diplomacy.
Top diplomats from Iran and the US began a new round of marathon talks on a nuclear deal late Monday, as Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu warned the emerging accord could threaten his country`s survival.
US Secretary of State John Kerry told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday that Moscow and pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine must implement a ceasefire or face "consequences" that could further hit Russia`s faltering economy.
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday came out strongly in defence of Israel at the annual session of the UN Human Rights Council and slammed its members for "excessive bias" and "obsession" with the democratic Jewish state.
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday warned Israel`s prime minister against revealing details at his upcoming speech to the US Congress of an Iran nuclear deal that world powers are currently negotiating.
A deal on Iran`s nuclear programme could be concluded this week if the United States and other Western countries have sufficient political will and agree to remove sanctions on Tehran, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday.
US Secretary of State John F. Kerry addressed perceived tensions between the Obama administration and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, insisting that the two parties are committed to working together on international security.