Parties see positive results of Iran nuclear talks
ALMATY, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) -- World powers attending the new round of Iranian nuclear talks said Wednesday that the just concluded meeting here has produced positive results.
The two-day talks, the first this year that aimed to address the decade-long deadlock over Iran's disputed nuclear program, are between Iran and the so-called P5+1 powers -- Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States plus Germany.
Iran's representative to the talks, Saeed Jalili, said some of the West's offers, including the easing of sanctions, "were more realistic comparing to what they have in the past."
He added that all parties agreed to push for tangible steps in the next six months and that Iran's rights of uranium enrichment for peaceful purpose should be taken into consideration.