US to Israel: Iran seems willing to talk about nuke issue, has not provided tangible offer

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October 18, 2013 20:40

 
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The US in recent days has assured Israel that sanctions on Iran will not be eased without significant steps taken by Tehran on its nuclear program, Channel 2 reported Friday.

Officials in Washington reportedly briefed their counterparts in Jerusalem about the nuclear talks held in Geneva earlier this week between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers.

"They were exploratory talks. The Iranians have signaled that they are willing to talk about everything, but have not yet offered anything tangible," Channel 2 quoted a US official as saying.


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