Iran to offer new nuclear proposal to P5+1

ILNA: Iran will offer a new nuclear proposal during the new round of negotiation with P5+1 group in Geneva on October 15, news agency reported citing informed official sources.

The report did not unveil any detail about the new proposal.

Iranian Tehran Times newspaper reported that among the steps Tehran is expected to offer in Geneva are allowing the UN’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, greater access to Iran’s sites and the ability to call more snap inspections.

Russia and China, both P5+1 members, have pressed the U.S. and the European Union to begin scaling back sanctions on Tehran in an effort to underpin negotiations with Rouhani’s government.



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