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MOSCOW, December 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Consistent efforts taken by five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany helped reach an agreement on Iran’s nuclear problem and bring closer to the resolution of the most difficult and longest world problem, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported.
“The Geneva agreement is based on the Russian president’s concept and meets Russia’s position in favor of settling the problem by political and diplomatic means. It envisions the recognition of Iran’s right to using nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, including uranium enrichment, whether Tehran clarifies the remaining problems and puts its activity under the IAEA control,” the report says.
“Such policy will help strengthen stability, trust and security of all states in the region, including Israel,” it says.