Iran says world powers' reaction to its nuclear plan 'good'

By REUTERS
October 15, 2013 13:27

 
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GENEVA - Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Tuesday world powers had a "good" first reaction to Tehran's proposals regarding the dispute over its nuclear program and that the details would be discussed in the afternoon.

The minister, speaking to reporters after Iran made a PowerPoint presentation at the start of a two-day meeting with the six powers in Geneva, said the atmosphere in the discussions had been "positive". He gave no details of the proposals, describing them as "confidential."

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