Clinton Sets Deadline For Iranian ‘Action’ On Nuclear Program

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today that the international community will know by the upcoming talks in Moscow this month whether Iran is serious about easing concerns about its nuclear program. “Our negotiations with Iran have never been about intentions or sincerity, but about actions and results,” she said, adding that the U.S. needed to see “concrete actions” from Iran in Moscow. “We will know by the next meeting in Moscow in a few weeks whether Iran is prepared to take those actions,” she said. “There are lots of concerns that we continue to have about their intentions, but we will judge them by their actions. And we will determine whether those actions are sufficient to meet their obligations.”