Iran's proposals for the settlement of its international nuclear row includes a number of 'special offers', Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili said in Ankara before the negotiations with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton, RIA Novosti reported with reference to Iran's IRNA news agency.
Jalili noted that its special offers are rooted in the norms of international law designed to protect the sovereign rights of Iran, but did not mention what exactly the offer said exactly. He said that it has been 40 days and the group of six has not yet responded to Tehran's proposals made at a meeting in Almaty in early April. According to him, initially Iran was expecting a reply within several days. Iran is now waiting for the final answer of the group of six, without prior hypotheses.
The negotiations between Jalili and Ashton who represents the group of six will be held in the Consulate General of Iran in Istanbul. The date of the new round of negotiations between Iran and the "six" has not been given yet.