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KUWAIT CITY, February 19. /ITAR-TASS/. It is very important to preserve and develop Geneva’s experience on the Iran-Sextet dialogue, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at the 3rd meeting of the Russia-CCASG Strategic Dialogue on Wednesday.
“The meetings, which have begun in Vienna, are aimed at coordinating the final package (of agreements). I hope that these agreements will help solve the problem,” Lavrov said.
“We’re satisfied with the success of the January 20 talks and the implementation of the priority steps in compliance with the Geneva agreements reached by Iran and the Sextet. The Geneva agreement provides a solid foundation for achieving a final and comprehensive settlement related to Iran’s nuclear program,” the Russian minister said.
“We believe that the key task is to comply with the non-proliferation regime and prevent a threat of emerging new nuclear states. These principles will allow us to search for decisions, which will meet the interests of all countries in the region,” he said.