Baghdad talks seem questionable - expert

Baghdad talks seem questionable - expert

Iranian 5+1 talks ended in Baghdad, ITAR-TASS reports.

Iran and the 5+1 group offered separate proposals together during yesterday's talks, Trend reports.

IRNA reported yesterday that the Iranian delegation on nuclear talks on Wednesday offered a five-pivot package of proposals to representatives of the 5+1 Group led by European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton.

At the same time, Ashton's spokesman stated during the talks between the P5+1 countries and Iran on Wednesday that the world powers have submitted a proposal to Iran to reduce uranium enrichment during the Baghdad nuclear talks.

The IRNA reported that the proposal related to 20 percent enriched uranium, but Michael Mann did not further explain details of the proposal.

The sides have not announced the results of talks, but an anonymous source close to Iranian delegation told Press TV that the prospects of negotiations are "vague and under question if the group rejects the Iranian package."

The head of the Center for Political and Social Research, Vladimir Yevseyev, believes that the parties' decision to to reach a compromise was caused by the escalation of the conflict. However, he admits that the results of the meeting seem unclear.

"I hope talks will be restarted," the expert says. "Is any solution to the problem going to be found? I'm not certain about it".

Continuation of multilateral talks will postpone a possible military operation, which will be extremely dangerous for the whole region, he thinks.