The New York Times features comments made at an Atlantic Council event by the French Ambassador to the United States on the likelihood of a nuclear deal with Iran by June:

Both sides have hinted in recent days that the June 30 deadline is not absolute and may be extended. France’s Ambassador to the United States, Gérard Araud, said on Tuesday in remarks to the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based organization, that he thought it “very likely that we won’t have an agreement before the end of June or even after June.” On Wednesday, Iran’s official Islamic Republic News Agency quoted a senior Iranian negotiator, Abbas Araghchi, as saying the talks would “continue until the deadline and could continue beyond that.”

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