Iran Nuclear Talks

November 7, 2013 by  

Iran Nuclear Talks, Negotiators from Iran and six world powers convened in Geneva on Thursday as American officials signaled that the United States was prepared to offer Iran limited relief from economic sanctions if it agreed to halt its nuclear development program and reverse part of it.

Catherine Ashton, the foreign policy chief of the European Union, met Thursday morning with Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, to discuss the arrangements for the first day of talks. Mr. Zarif raised the possibility of a breakthrough in remarks to reporters, perhaps calculating that it might encourage Western concessions.

“If everyone tries their best, we may have one,” he said. “We expect serious negotiations. It’s possible.” In an interview two days earlier with a French television network, he expressed similar optimism.

A senior Obama administration was somewhat more cautious in comments on Wednesday night, but also suggested that an initial understanding might be within reach.

“I do see the potential for the outlines of a first step,” the official said. “I do think it can be written on a piece of paper, probably more than one.”

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