Iran's Jalili says progress was made in Istanbul

By REUTERS
April 14, 2012 22:16

 
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ISTANBUL - Iran's chief nuclear negotiator said progress was made during talks with six world powers on Saturday on Tehran's disputed nuclear program and called for confidence-building measures when negotiations resume next month.

"We witnessed progress, there were differences of opinion ... but the points we agreed on were important," Saeed Jalili told a news conference after his country's first talks with the six powers in more than a year.

"The next talks should be based on confidence-building measures, which would build the confidence of Iranians," Jalili said, adding an Iranian request for lifting of sanctions should be one of the issues included.

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