The five United Nations Security Council permanent members and Germany will make a new offer to Iran to resolve the dispute about its nuclear program in talks next week, a Western diplomat said.
The diplomat, who asked not to be more closely identified, told reporters in London yesterday that the offer will contain significant new elements, without giving further details, Kazinform refers to Bloomberg.
Stalled multilateral negotiations on Iran's nuclear work are scheduled to resume in Kazakhstan on Feb. 26. The last round of talks between Iran and world powers, held in Moscow in June, failed to yield results. The multinational group asked the Islamic Republic to suspend production of 20 percent enriched uranium while Iran pressed for relief from financial and trade sanctions imposed because of its nuclear program.