Iran looks for changes in West offer
Iran's foreign minister said Saturday Tehran would suggest amendments to a Western package of incentives meant to persuade the Islamic republic to give up its uranium enrichment program. "It is a step forward," the Iranian minister said.
Mottaki said Iran would come up with its own amendments to the package. "In the end, we will present our proposals. It's a two-way street," he told reporters.
On his part, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in comments published Saturday that Iran's consideration of the package was a positive sign, although the international community was still waiting for a "solid answer." "So far, we have no solid signal, no real reaction," Steinmeier was quoted as telling the weekly Der Spiegel.