Russia, China join West in pressing Iran at nuclear meeting

By REUTERS
June 5, 2013 13:14

VIENNA - China and Russia joined four Western powers in pressing Iran on Wednesday to cooperate with a stalled investigation by the UN nuclear agency into suspected atomic research by the Islamic state.

In a joint statement intended to signal their unity in the decade-old dispute over Iran's nuclear program, the six powers said they were "deeply concerned" about the country's atomic activities. Iran denies having any nuclear weapons agenda.


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