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Russia calls for compromise at Sextet-Iran talks

November 24, 2013, 2:34 UTC+3 GENEVA

The Russian Foreign Ministry noted that Sextet ministerial meetings would be continued

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GENEVA, November 24, 2:41 /ITAR-TASS/. Russia believes that the six world powers and Iran should go into compromises to work out an agreement, which was supported as urgent by all participants in the talks, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated after several meetings between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the foreign ministers of other members of the Sextet here on Sunday.

“Sergei Lavrov noted that it is important for all parties in the negotiating process to show constructive intentions and the readiness to go into compromises in order to find mutually acceptable solutions,” the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.

The ministers shared the views on possible ways to settle problematic issues, which “hamper a successful result of this round of negotiations.”

“The foreign ministers focused on negotiating the details of possible negotiated decisions on the first steps, which are needed to restore trust of the international community to the Iranian nuclear programme,” the Russian Foreign Ministry noted.

A framework agreement that the parties to the talks are negotiating is taken as a basis for long-term resolution of the current problematic situation.

“All participants in the meeting said they understand that a specific agreement should be worked out urgently,” the ministry said.

The Russian Foreign Ministry noted that Sextet ministerial meetings would be continued.

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