Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday that Moscow will hold another round of nuclear consultations with Iran shortly.
"Iran in the last day or two appealed to us again to hold consultations," Lavrov said at a briefing. "They will take place in the nearest future."
Talks on Russia's offer to host the Iranian uranium enrichment program produced no results after Tehran rejected Moscow's demand to suspend its uranium enrichment activities.
"We are very disappointed with the way Iran has been conducting itself in these negotiations, absolutely not helping those who want to provide for finding peaceful ways to resolve the whole situation surrounding the Iranian nuclear program," Lavrov said.
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