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Report: Iran Lays Out Nuclear Disclosure Plan at Geneva Meeting

Nuclear powerplantIran outlined a plan to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program during talks with six world powers Tuesday in Geneva, Breaking Defense reported Tuesday.

Michael Adler writes Iranian negotiators proposed to reduce the country’s buildup of weapons-grade uranium and disclose more information about its reactor project in Arak.

Abbas Araghchi, Iran’s deputy foreign minister, told reporters Tuesday the nation will implement measures to limit its nuclear development program in exchange for sanctions relief by the U.S. and its allies, according to the report.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been reaching out to U.S. officials since he took office in August, aiming to settle the nuclear crisis through diplomacy, Adler reports.

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