Foreign Ministry: Russia expects better preparedness from Iran at upcoming talks with group of six
The upcoming talks of the group of six world powers with Iran will not lead to a breakthrough, however Moscow hopes for better preparedness on the part of Tehran in the next dialogue, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said, RIA Novosti reported.
"We expect that Iran will arrive in Almaty better prepared in terms of the possibility for conducting a real process, which consists of finding a common platform for solutions, rather than just repeating already well know ones," Ryabkov told reporters.
"Equally, the group of six is approaching preparations for the Almaty round in the same way. In Almaty, we will present a position, which essentially repeats the previous ones in terms of outcomes and expectations from the negotiation process, however configuration of all components of this position, arrangement of the approach, nuances, accents, and some other meaningful moments will differ from those set out previously," the deputy head of the Russian Foreign Ministry said.