A senior EU official will hand Iran a six-nation package of rewards and penalities meant to stop Tehran's uranium enrichment program, diplomats said Monday.
Chief European Union foreign policy official Javier Solana had been expected to present the proposal to Iranian officials sometime this week, but the precise day had not been divulged. The diplomats, who spoke on condition of anoymity because the timetable was confidential, said Solana would submit the package to Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki on Tuesday.
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