The top diplomat for the government in Tehran has touched on Iranian plans to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program.
Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Saturday that Tehran had begun work on a new package of proposals that will be put forward to the West.
"We are formulating a new package, which covers a range of political, security and international issues and can be a basis for talks on regional and international affairs," he said in a press conference with his Omani counterpart Bin Alawi in Tehran.
Iran has so far provided critics in the West with several such packages that covered various issues pertinent to politics, security and the economy.
The previous Iranian package had been presented to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, EU Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana and the representatives of the 5+1 Group in response to a
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