506574a807b94ddf346189a02f4f20d8853886b5Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards on Wednesday warned against crossing “red lines” in negotiations with world powers aimed at reaching a lasting agreement over Tehran’s nuclear programme. The warning came as Iranian negotiators took part in the second day of talks in Vienna, where they are seeking a framework for negotiations to reach an accord that would also allow Iran to maintain civilian nuclear activities. “The red lines of the establishment must be preserved in the negotiations so that the national pride is not damaged,” said hardline Guards commander General Mohammad Ali Jafari, ISNA news agency reported. He did not elaborate on what the limits might be. Iranian officials have previously laid down “red lines” on the talks, saying they would not negotiate several issues, including the dismantling of nuclear facilities and reductions in the number of centrifuges at enrichment sites. More