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France and Britain, the authors of a draft U.N. Security Council resolution ordering Iran to end its nuclear program, said after more council talks on Saturday that they hoped for a vote next week.
But the two European Union powers and the United States, which supports the Franco-British draft, acknowledged they made no headway during Saturday's discussions in resolving differences over the resolution's core provisions.
Many of the council's 15 members left the Saturday discussions acknowledging it would take a miracle to agree on a text before Monday's arrival in New York of foreign ministers of the council's five permanent members plus Germany.
Originally posted by Vitchilo