Posted: Oct 14, 2013 7:33 PM by Michael Marsh
Updated: Oct 14, 2013 7:33 PM
Source: Associated Press
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND- Iran promises to break the stalemate over its nuclear program when it makes a new proposal tomorrow as talks resume with the U.S. and five other major powers in Geneva.
Iran is singing a new tune and promises its ready to meet some international demands to reduce its nuclear activities.
The U.S. and it s allies say they'll approach the talks cautiously.
Tehran's new stance has come since the election of a new president and it has always insisted its nuclear program is peaceful and it is not developing an atomic bomb. That has been viewed with much skepticism by the West.