US official: No offer made to Iran on oil sanctions

By REUTERS
February 27, 2013 12:30

 
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ALMATY - Six world powers did not offer to suspend oil or financial sanctions during talks with Iran on its nuclear program in the Kazakh city of Almaty, a senior US administration official said on Wednesday.

The six powers - France, Germany, the United States, China Russia and Britain - offered at the talks to lift some sanctions if Iran scaled back nuclear activity the West fears could be used to build bombs. Iran denies it aims to develop nuclear arms.

"None of (the) oil and none of (the) banking sanctions (are) touched," the US official said. Iran denies it aims to develop nuclear arms.

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