For the first time in 30 years, representatives from the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States held a high-level meeting on Thursday.
Senior officials from both countries met in Geneva, Switzerland to discuss Tehran's nuclear program. Both sides called the dialogue constructive.
The Iranians announced they will let inspectors visit a recently disclosed nuclear site. And U.S. officials said Iran has privately agreed to let Russia enrich some of its uranium.
That is seen as an attempt to keep Iran from developing weapons-grade plutonium. However, Iran said publicly that it has not agreed to that step.
Iran is facing three sets of United Nation sanctions for refusing to freeze its nuclear enrichment program.
"Iran must demonstrate through concrete steps that it will live up to its responsibilities with regards to its nuclear program," President Obama said on Thursday. "In pursuit of that goal, today's meeting was a constructive beginning but it must be followed with constructive action by the Iranian government."
A second round of talks are scheduled later this month.
CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck appeared on Friday's CBN Newschannel's Morning program to give his analysis of the meeting and promises made by Iran.
Click play to watch the interview.