Thursday, July 14, 2011

Lavrov put a plan to allow Iran over nuclear questions

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

Asked the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said a new plan as "the entrance of a step-by-step" which would provide an opportunity for Iran to take steps to respond to the questions raised by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) over its nuclear program
The Russian news agency (Itar-Tass) PM, Thursday, Lavrov raised the proposal during a press conference after talks in Washington with U.S. President Barack Obama and his American counterpart Hillary Clinton

According to Lavrov, the plan could be for Iran to resume negotiations to allay the concerns of the International Atomic Energy Agency on its nuclear activities, which would have a positive effect contributes to the partial lifting of the sanctions

The plan proposes to begin addressing the issues easier and move slowly towards the more complex issues that may need more time to respond, pointing out that it should meet Iran's response to every step of the specific steps an interview such as the freezing of part of the sanctions and shorten the duration of the sanctions

He Lavrov - in the context of his joint press conference with his U.S. counterpart - that there are differences between Russia and the United States on the Iranian issue, which is considered as another example of the reality that there are special problems listed on the agenda of the two sides

The agency noted that despite the confirmation of Clinton to Washington's insistence not to ease sanctions against Iran on the grounds that they could lose momentum this procedure the pressure on Iran, but they did not express an immediate rejection of the plan

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