The European Union's top diplomat says Iran has given no clear answers
to an incentives package offered to Tehran in exchange for suspending
its nuclear program.
EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said Saturday he hopes Iran will provide that answer soon.
Solana spoke at a news conference in Geneva with Iran's top nuclear
negotiator, Saeed Jalili, who said many of the problems related to the
Iranian nuclear dispute can be resolved.
The two made their remarks after holding closed-door talks that, for
the first time, were attended by a senior U.S. envoy -- Under Secretary
of State William Burns.
Jalili said a letter had been delivered to the U.S. delegation citing "common grounds and discrepancies."
In Washington, the State Department said Iranian leaders must make a choice between cooperation and confrontation.