Tehran presents proposal on its nuke program to P5+1 powers

By REUTERS
May 23, 2012 19:00

 
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DUBAI - Iran has proposed a "new and comprehensive" package of proposals to six world powers during talks on Wednesday in Baghdad over its disputed nuclear program, Iranian media reported.

"In this session of negotiations, Iran presented to the P5+1 a package comprising five points that include a range of nuclear and non-nuclear issues," the Iranian Students' News Agency (ISNA) reported.

"In the first session, the P5+1 presented its proposals to Iran, but apparently from the Iranian point of view this package is not balanced," the report said, without citing a source.

The P5+1 also presented what was described as a new package of proposals to Iranian negotiators in the first meeting.

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