Report: Russian, Iranian diplomats to discuss Iran nuclear deal this week

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October 17, 2017 10:20
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MOSCOW - Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov will meet Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi in Moscow this week to discuss the situation around the Iran nuclear deal, the Interfax news agency quoted the Russian as saying on Tuesday.

"Certainly, the focus is on the situation around the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in the light of (US President Donald) Trump's statement about his intentions ... and signals that the USA is inclined to supplement this document, to alter it or modify in a direction that suits Washington," Ryabkov was quoted as saying.

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