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White House: Iran's Nuclear Proposal 'Very Useful'

Wednesday, 16 Oct 2013 04:30 PM

 

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The White House says an Iranian proposal addressing its nuclear program is useful and contains a "level of seriousness and substance that we have not seen before."

White House spokesman Jay Carney says not to expect a prompt breakthrough in the high-level nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers.

Still, the talks ended on a positive note Wednesday. The European Union's top diplomat called them "very important."

A new meeting among the parties is scheduled for Nov. 7-8 in Geneva.

Carney says: "We found the Iranian presentation very useful."

He added that the deal must prove to the international community that Iran's nuclear program is exclusively for peaceful purposes.

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