Larijani: Iran and world powers must seek to build confidence

By REUTERS
October 9, 2013 13:21

 
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GENEVA - Iran and world powers should focus on confidence-building at next week's talks on Tehran's disputed nuclear program, Iran's parliamentary speaker said on Wednesday.

Ali Larijani, a former nuclear negotiator, declined to say whether Iran would bring any concessions to the Oct. 15-16 talks in Geneva, but said: "It mostly concerns building confidence rather than a commercial give-and-take.

"The negotiations are indeed a window of opportunity, providing the parties are willing to use the window," Larijani told a news conference in Geneva.

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