The United States and the other world powers engaged in talks to seal a nuclear deal with Iran have reportedly offered high-tech reactors and other state-of-the-art equipments to the country if it agreed to curb programs that could make atomic bombs, according to a confidential document.
The draft document has dozens of bracketed text where disagreements remain, indicating that the two sides have a long way to go within a week until the June 30 deadline, reported ABC News.
The document, which is one of the many technical appendices that will be a part of the final text of the deal, also showed that technical cooperation was the least controversial issue at the talks and there are several other sticking points that are yet to be ironed out.
The P5+1 nations including, the U.S., the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia and China, accuse Iran of building nuclear weapons under the pretence of developing its nuclear capabilities for civilian purposes. They want Tehran to curb its nuclear ambitions in return for the lifting of United Nations sanctions.