Foreign ministers to return to Vienna for Iran nuclear talks

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said the foreign ministers of the 6 negotiating nations will meet in Vienna once again in the very near future.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said the foreign ministers of the 6 negotiating nations will meet in Vienna once again in the very near future.

"I think the ministers will return when their contribution to speeding up the process is required once again," he told reporters in Vienna when asked whether he was planning to come back to the Austrian capital in the very near future.

When asked when exactly the ministers might return to Vienna, Lavrov said, "there is no artificial date."

"We have agreed to resolve about ten issues satisfactorily. And I have warned all parties to the process about it," the Russian minister said.

Lavrov also said that mediators and Iran have just days before they reach a final deal over its nuclear program.

"It [the agreement between the six mediators and Iran over the Iranian nuclear program] is a very broad, very intense document and I think few days are left to wait before you can familiarize yourselves with it," he told.

 

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