Source Pravda.Ru

Russia satisfied with Iran's readiness to sign additional protocol to IAEA guarantee agreement

During his consultations with Gholamali Khoshrou, Iranian deputy foreign minister, Sergei Kislyak, Russian deputy foreign minister stated that Russia was satisfied with Iran's readiness to sign the additional protocol to the IAEA guarantee agreement and to provide the agency with exhaustive information on its nuclear programs.

According to the information provided on Saturday to RIA Novosti by the Russian foreign ministry, in the course of the meeting the parties "held extensive discussions on urgent matters of Russian-Iranian relations, including alleviation of concerns of the international community in relation to the Iranian nuclear program." The parties agreed to continue Russian-Iranian talks on this matter.

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