Russia’s Permanent Representative for Vienna-based International Organizations Mikhail Ulyanov said there was a room for further negotiations regarding the talks in Vienna on Iran nuclear deal.
In a tweet on Monday, the Russian envoy urged all parties to the deal to be patient and refrain from hasty conclusions.
The tone of these comments demonstrates that there is a room for further negotiations, to my mind. As I repeatedly said to all our counterparts at the #ViennaTalks, patience, just patience and we will find common language. Let’s refrain from hasty conclusions. https://t.co/vCCFQQ1dg7
— Mikhail Ulyanov (@Amb_Ulyanov) December 5, 2021
Ulyanov’s tweet came in response to a senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official who said that European countries and US did not expect Iran to enter into Vienna talks with a full text.
The seventh round of talks on sanctions removal and reviving the JCPOA began on November 29 in the Austrian capital.
According to Ulyanov, the talks on the nuclear deal with Iran in Vienna will resume this week after the participants carry out consultations in their respective capitals.
During the talks, Iran provided two documents on the removal of illegal US sanctions and Iran’s nuclear activities to the other signatories to the deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Source: Iranian media