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DURATION: 1:19-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SWISS POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYGeneva, Switzerland -- October 16, 20131. Mid of Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter meeting with Zarif2. Pan from Zarif to Burkhalter AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY3. SOUNDBITE (English) Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister:SWISS POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLY4. SOUNDBITE (English) Catherine Ashton, European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs: AP -- AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington5. White of White House briefing6. SOUNDBITE: Jay Carney, White House Press SecretaryIRANIAN STATE TV -- NO ACCESS IRAN7. File: Iranian nuclear plantAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYGeneva, Switzerland -- October 16, 20138. SOUNDBITE (English) Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister:9. Wide of Ashton leaving car10. Mid of Ashton walking11. Wide of Ashton, surrounded by aides, entering press centreAP PHOTOS -- AP CLIENTS ONLY12. Still: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at UNAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYGeneva, Switzerland -- October 16, 201313. United Nations sign14. Cars leaving compoundVOICEOVER SCRIPT:THERE ARE SIGNS OF OPTIMISM FOLLOWING TALKS ON IRAN'S NUCLEAR PROGRAM. IRANIAN OFFICIALS HAD BEEN MEETING WITH SIX WORLD POWERS IN SWITZERLAND.SOUNDBITE (English) Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister:"Iran is interested in resolving this issue. We believe there is no reason for the continuation of this problemSOUNDBITE (English) Catherine Ashton, European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs:"It's a new team. We've had the opportunity as I've already indicated to talk in much greater detail than ever before, to answer each other's questionsTHE WHITE HOUSE SAID NOT TO EXPECT A PROMPT BREAKTHROUGH--BUT SOUNDED A POSITIVE NOTE.SOUNDBITE: Jay Carney, White Hosue Press Secretary133945 (appoximate bite) the iranian proposal was a new proposal, with a level of seriousness and substance that we had not seen beforeTHE U-S AND OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE WORRIED THAT IRAN INTENDS TO BUILD NUCLEAR WEAPONS. IRAN HAS LONG INSISTED THAT IT ONLY WANTS TO PRODUCE NUCLEAR POWER.SOUNDBITE (English) Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister:"There are more important issues that we need to deal with and the right of Iran to pursue nuclear technology for peaceful purposes including enrichment."IN A STATEMENT, THE EUROPEAN UNION'S TOP DIPLOMAT CALLED THE DISCUSSIONS VERY IMPORTANT. CATHERINE ASHTON ALSO SAID THEY WERE SUBSTANTIVE AND FORWARD LOOKING.THE LATEST ROUND OF NEGOTIATIONS APPEARS TO BE DRIVEN BY THE JUNE ELECTION OF REFORMIST PRESIDENT HASSAN ROUHANI. THE VARIOUS SIDES WILL MEET AGAIN EARLY NEXT MONTH.MATT FRIEDMAN. ASSOCIATED PRESS.