Russia dissatissfied with IAEA report on Iran
Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN and rotating chairman of the UN Security Council Vitaly Churkin strongly criticized recent report of IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano about Iran's nuclear activity and said that Moscow is dissatisfied with it, IRNA reported.
He told reporters on Friday afternoon that Amano's latest report about Iran's nuclear activity had no new points but provided ground for media to magnify the issue which has a reverse effect on upcoming negotiations between Group 5+1 with Iran.
He underlined that Russia is dissatisfied with the report and its consequences.
Concerning new sanctions of the UN Security Council against Iran, Churkin said that the sanctions have reached their peak.
He added that Russia had in mind sanctions which aimed only Iran's nuclear program, but the sanctions have included new areas now.
Rotating chairman of the UNSC said that military threat would not help settlement of the dispute with Tehran and negotiation is the sole solution to the problem.
Whether Iran's nuclear program will be in the UNSC agenda in December, Churkin said that in his talks with members of the UNSC, nobody has mentioned Iran.