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MOSCOW, November 24, 17:22 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has hailed the results of negotiations on the Iranian nuclear program in Geneva, saying they have helped to bring closer the untangling of one of the knottiest problems in today's international policies.
The approach based on gradual steps and mutuality were reflected in full in the final document coordinated in Geneva.
The outcome of these talks will bring benefits to everyone and it proves once againt that responses to today's international challenges and threats can be tapped in the process of joint and mutually respectful work, Putin said.
He stressed the willingness of Russia and its partners to continue a search for mutually acceptable and more comprehensive solution of the Iranian problem.