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UN, November 24, 10:07 /ITAR-TASS/. The United Nations Organisation’s Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday welcomed an interim agreement reached regarding Iran's nuclear programme and urged the Governments concerned to do everything possible to continue negotiations, statement of the organisation’s press service reads.“In a statement released late tonight by his spokesperson, Mr. Ban congratulated the negotiators in Geneva for progress made on “what could turn out to be the beginnings of a historic agreement for the peoples and nations of the Middle East region and beyond”.
He urged the Governments of Iran and the six other Member States involved to “build on this encouraging start” and to create mutual confidence.