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LOUGH ERNE, June 17 (Itar-Tass) - Presidents of Russia and the United States Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama hope the elections in Iran will favour settlement of the nuclear problem there.
“We express hope that following the election there will be options for settlement of the Iranian nuclear problem,” Putin said.
Barack Obama shared the view hoping the dialogue would be resumed, and added that the US was optimistic about the election results.
The two leaders stressed among regional issues they had discussed the situation around the DPRK.
“We have agreed to activate the efforts in all directions,” Putin said.