Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Iran Turns Over Response

Reuters is reporting that Iran has an answer for the world -- and thus far, it hasn't involved a bright flash and a big boom.

Iran on Tuesday handed over its reply to an incentives package by world powers aimed at allaying Western fears that Tehran seeks to build atomic bombs, Iran's state-run Arabic-language Al-Alam television reported.

Ali Larijani, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, gave the response to foreign envoys representing the six co-sponsors of the package in Tehran.

This is somewhat heartening, as at least they're playing the game. However, the contents of the report are still unknown, and is likely more stalling by Teheran. Today was Iran's self-imposed deadline, not the UNSC -- the result of that being we won't know anything more until the 31st.