After 30 years, US accepts face-to-face talks with Iran

After Iran’s lead nuclear negotiator expressed readiness to resume talks over the country’s nuclear program and a range of other issues with the West, the Obama administration responds by accepting Tehran’s offer to meet face-to-face.

According to a report by the New York Times, the United States has broken with the past American policy of shunning direct talks with Iran and is ready to “put a senior representative from the Obama administration at the bargaining table, along with emissaries from five other nations, for the first time since Mr. Obama took office.”

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