Russia's Lavrov says Iran could solve nuclear crisis at talks

Iran Materials 1 June 2006 11:15 (UTC +04:00)

(RIA Novosti)-A meeting on Thursday between the six nations leading efforts to solve crisis around Iran's nuclear programs could bring a solution, Russia's foreign minister said Wednesday.

Sergei Lavrov called on the participants in the negotiations to avoid making "sharp movements" and wasting a real chance to resolve the situation, reports Trend.

"We hope proposals can be drawn up at tomorrow's meeting in Vienna that will open up a chance for a peaceful resolution [of the problem]," Lavrov said.

Representatives of the five UN Security Council members and Germany are due to meet in Vienna, home of the International Atomic Energy Agency.