Monday, March 18, 2013

Major Powers Give Iran Details of “Confidence Building” Proposals

Istanbul Expert-Level Talks End Today

Iran and the six major powers discussed the details of P5+1 “revised confidence-building” proposals offered in Almaty in late February to end the standoff over Iranian nuclear program in the two days of expert-level talks in Istanbul that ended late on Monday.  
EU foreign policy spokesman Michael Mann said in a statement at the end of the talks today that the P5+1 expects “a substantive response” from Iran to their proposals during their next round of talks, dubbed Almaty II, on 5-6 April.
“The meeting also provided an opportunity for both (six-power) and Iranian experts to explore each other's positions on a number of technical subjects,” Mann added.

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