Russia: Iran's nuclear talks should have no time limit
Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesman said that Iran's nuclear talks should not have the deadline of November 24, 2014, IRNA reported
Alexander Lukashevich told reporters on Thursday that gaining access to a comprehensive agreement on Iran's nuclear program might need more time.
He added that November 24 had been determined for signing a nuclear agreement with Iran and all participants are trying to end talks in the determined date.
However, Lukashevich said achieving a final agreement is more important than assigning a deadline for the talks.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry, in a telephone conversation on Wednesday, discussed issues related to Iran's nuclear program considering the results of recent meeting of Iran and Group 5+1 in Muscat.
The two sides underlined necessity of reaching a prompt final comprehensive agreement on Iran's nuclear program.
They referred to importance of signing an agreement on the issue to normalize Iran's nuclear situation.
Russian senior nuclear negotiator Sergei Ryabkov said on Wednesday that Moscow will try for success in the talks.