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Ryabkov also said the new round of P5+1 talks on Iran's nuclear program will be held after several contacts of Iranian foreign minister.
“We hope that a concrete date and intensity of further work will become clear in 10-14 days,” he told TASS, noting that “Almost no time is left. To meet a deadline set until November 24 non-stop talks are needed.”
“We are keeping in contact with the EU foreign policy chief’s office, are waiting for specific signals and are stimulating partners to settle the issue as quickly as possible,” Ryabkov added.
Therefore, all formats are envisaged, Ryabkov said, adding that “We are ready for work in any format.” “A round of talks will be the same, as these talks are traditionally held: Ashton, [Iranian Foreign Minister] Zarif and P5+1 political directors.