The P5+1 international mediators on the Iranian nuclear programme didn't work out a single project for settlement of the problem at the Geneva negotiations held on Nov.7-8, RIA Novosti reported citing Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Lavrov said the U.S. project for resolving the issue was considered at the meeting.
"This time the P5+1 didn't work out a joint document. There was a U.S project which Iran agreed. We actively supported this U.S. project as did a number of other P5+1 members," he said on the results of negotiations with his Egyptian counterpart.
According to Lavrov, amendments to the U.S. project appeared at the last moment.
"We didn't see the amendments and that version was issued at the last moment when it was time to leave Geneva. We said that at first glance we did not see any significant problems in these amendments, but the language in which all these ideas must be expressed should be acceptable to all participants of the process namely P5+1 and Iran," Lavrov said.
According to the Russian Foreign Minister, the U.S. document and its amendments remain on the negotiation table.
"We will consider all of this at political directors' level. That meeting has been scheduled for Nov.20 ," Lavrov said.