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TEHRAN - Iran sees "no more room" for negotiations on the design of its Arak reactor, Tehran's nuclear chief said, refusing to give ground on a key issue in international negotiations.
It previously agreed to give ground in some areas in order to defend the overall principle of privacy.
Such a breakthrough, if it really happens, could indicate that Iran, under massive sanctions pressure may give ground in parallel diplomatic efforts with six world powers stalled since June.
Such a breakthrough, if it really occurs, could indicate that Iran, under massive sanctions pressure -- augmented by fresh US restrictions announced Thursday -- may give ground in parallel diplomatic efforts with six world powers stalled since June.
It took her a while to settle in a slowly-run race and had to give ground away by challenging on the outside.
Bulgaria, given the fiscal stability about which it is so keen to boast, but also given its reliance on foreign investment, is unlikely to give ground on the taxation issue; and it is sure to remind its EU partners of its keen support for the key elements of the pact.
The Lib-Dems frankly had little choice but to give ground in their alliance with the Tories, and it was them who watered down the Lib-Dem manifesto, and it was them who forced the LDs hand on the issue of tuition fees.
The president said the compromise required everyone, including himself, to give ground on issues that were important to them.
According to diplomatic sources progress on the new agreement emerged as France and Turkey started to give ground.
When man and nature clash along the coast, one or the other has to give ground.
He added: "The present rhythm of negotiations does not give ground for optimism," according to the official.