The Group of six international mediators has put forward proposals to resolve Tehran's nuclear problem taking into consideration propositions from the Iranian side, the head of EU diplomacy Catherine Ashton said on Wednesday, RIA Novosti reported.
The Group of six has put forward revised proposals to the Iranian side. It considers various issues and takes into account the propositions of the Iranians," Ashton said after talks in Kazakhstan.
She did not specify the nature of new proposals. "Let's give the Iranians time to study our proposals," the head of EU diplomacy said. Ashton reiterated that Tehran and the six nations will hold talks in Istanbul in March and in Almaty in April.
"We have worked very hard and collectively on it (proposals) to get tangible results from this process," Ashton said. However, she said speaking of the positive results would only be possible after the next meeting of the Group of six and Iran.
"What remains to be seen is how the experts will be able to work together. When we return here in few weeks, we will be able see how we can continue to move forward. And that's what I call a positive result," she said.