Iran presents new nuclear proposal

US Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman, center, waits for the start of the two days of closed-door nuclear talks on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013 at the United Nations offices in Geneva, Switzerland. Iran's overtures to the West are being tested as the U.S. and its partners sit down for the first talks on Tehran's nuclear program since the election of a reformist Iranian president. Negotiations between Iran and the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany began Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Fabrice Coffrini, pool)   | Photo Credit: Fabrice Coffrini

Iran has started the latest round of nuclear talks by presenting a new plan on how to resolve the stand-off, the spokesman of EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton says.

Spokesman Michael Mann did not share the details of Iran’s power point presentation but says experts accompanying Ms Ashton and envoys of five UN veto powers and Germany would analyze it quickly.

“I hope it is really time now for tangible results,” Mr Mann says, pointing to a string of previous fruitless talks.

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