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VIENNA, July 7. /TASS/. Issues linked to military dimension of Iran’s nuclear program have been solved and now the question is about the procedures, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday.
"We have already hinted that everything what concerns mainly a technological task of doing everything necessary to eliminate risks linked to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, spread of technologies connected with the military dimension of the nuclear industry, all this has been already solved," Lavrov said.
"Now the talk is about the processes, the procedures of applying these or those steps, if anyone has suspicions in regard to the conscientious fulfillment of commitments by the other side," he said.
"The idea is how to pack the agreements corresponding to the wording in a way that would be politically beneficial to the respective side," Lavrov said. "So that the real achievement could be shown, but all this is done in the spirit of good will and mutual respect so that the final product would not look like a victory of someone and a defeat of another," he said.