|Absence of Russian, Chinese FMs detrimental to nuclear talks: AP||
TEHRAN – In a commentary on the ongoing negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program, the Associated Press has said that the absence of Russian and Chinese foreign ministers could be detrimental to the talks.
On Friday, three European foreign ministers and the U.S. secretary of state confirmed that they will join the Vienna talks this weekend.
AP has quoted Russian analysts blaming the U.S. for stalling the talks by pushing unrealistic demands.
The U.S. wants negotiations to “to be lengthy and painful,” so as to keep sanctions in place for its own political agenda, an analyst has said, adding Washington’s insistence that Iran shut down uranium enrichment facilities and negotiate on its missile program violates the accords outlining the scope of the talks.
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