U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says world powers will give Iran a "very clear path" to resolve the crisis over its controversial nuclear program at next week's talks in Moscow.
Speaking at a Washington think tank, Clinton said the so-called P5+1 countries are presenting a unified position that gives Iran a “diplomatic way out,” if it is interested.
Clinton also said that Iran is under "tremendous" pressure from Russia and China to come to the talks prepared to respond.
The Moscow talks between Iran and world powers are due to take place on June 18-19.
Iran says all its nuclear activities are peaceful.
Western countries suspect Iran of secretly trying to develop nuclear weapons.