(LOS ANGELES TIMES) GENEVA — In an hourlong, English-language Powerpoint presentation, Iran’s foreign minister Tuesday unveiled a widely anticipated plan for ending the conflict over his country’s nuclear program, as two days of talks between Iran and six world powers got underway at a United Nations palace.

Mohammad Javad Zarif’s presentation, which he promised would take a new approach to resolving world anxieties about Iran’s nuclear program, was titled “Closing an unnecessary crisis — Opening new horizons.”

Neither Iranian nor Western officials commented immediately on the contents of the plan, but officials said it was likely that the Iranians would provide some details of their offer later in the day and that the United States and other Western governments would say if it met their demands.

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