Uranium removal from Iran discussed in Vienna, no agreement reached - Russian diplomat
VIENNA. KAZINFORM - Removal of nuclear materials from Iran was discussed at a bilateral meeting between the Russian and Iranian delegations in Vienna but no decisions were taken, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told on Friday.
"The subject was discussed," he told TASS. "But nothing was agreed."
Ryabkov said so far it was unclear which of the available options would be chosen by the Iranian side. "It's better address this question to the Iranian, not to us," he noted.
"We are ready to look at any option in this sphere," he said. "But by now we are not yet certain which of the options will be preferred by the Iranian partners. As a matter of fact, this is the question".
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