European countries are impatiently waiting for the lifting of the anti-Iranian sanctions, said Vladimir Skigin, an analyst working with Russia's Oriental Studies Institute Sunday, IRNA reported.
According to the IRNA correspondent in Moscow, Skigin added in a panel discussion on World Trade with Iran that although the European countries are more than eager for the end of Iran sanctions, but they also really care for the US stand on the matter.
He said that the viewpoints of the various members of the P5+1 countries about the lifting of the anti-Iran sanctions differ, adding that the western European countries, Russia and China favor the lifting of those sanctions.
"Moscow and Beijing are trying to bring closer the US and western European countries' viewpoints to the Iranians' stands," he said.
Referring to some analysts' beliefs who say that the final comprehensive agreement will not be signed by November 24, he said that he was disagreed with them, as both the Iranian and the US presidents are very much willing and ready for signing that agreement.
"President Barack Obama is seriously eager for the signing of that agreement so that he could boast of it as a great achievement for his administration," said Skigin.
He said that the Iranians, too, are very eager for signing the agreement that will for sure boost their economy and strengthen their status in the region.
The Russian political analyst said that the important and sensitive point regarding this agreement is the lifting of the sanctions, which must clearly and precisely be mentioned in the agreement.