Iran has no fresh offer to make for a nuclear fuel swap at talks with world powers due to begin on Friday in Istanbul, members of the Iranian delegation told Reuters.
The Saudi-owned Al Arabiya TV news channel had reported Iran would propose a revised version of a deal which was agreed in principle at a previous round of talks in 2009 but then fell apart, but Iranian officials said there were no such plans.
"I haven't heard about it," Ali Baqeri, a deputy to Iran's nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili, told Reuters as the Iranian delegation arrived in Istanbul on Thursday.
Another official said: "There is no new proposal. This is something created by the Western media. Why should we propose such a thing?"