There are indications that world powers would like to offer Iran some sort of relief in the form of sanctions before the impending talks on the nuclear plans of Iran as reported in foxnews.com of dated 25th of February 2013.
The world powers plan to offer the Islamic Republic some minor incentives in the form of relief in sanctions to influence Iran to curb its nuclear activities.
The high-level diplomatic level talks are scheduled to be held in the largest city of Kazakhstan and the basic intention would be to convince Iran to put a stop to its uranium enrichment to ensure that the enriched uranium does not, ultimately, finds fulfillment in the form of applications to manufacture nuclear warheads.
Negotiators of the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany do not pin their hopes too high and are trying to elicit some form of positive response from Iran – the EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton would be leading the negotiations.
It may be noted that while the Obama administration wants diplomacy to solve the impasse, the possibilities of military interventions have not been ruled out.
Israel is, on the other hand, determined to prevent Iran from succeeding in its designs of building a bomb.
These situations could add up to more instability in the region with signs of a war looming large on the horizons of the Middle East.
Incidentally, Teheran continues to harp on its lines that it is enriching uranium to use it as reactor fuel and medical isotopes and has no ideas to stop doing so because it is permitted under international laws.
However UN nuclear inspectors have reported that Iran has undertaken a major upgrade in its main uranium enrichment site.
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