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Russia - MFA - On the Meeting of the Political Directors of the Six Group on Iranís Nuclear Program

A meeting of the political directors of the six international mediators (US, UK, Germany, PRC, Russia and France) in resolving the situation around the Iranian nuclear program (INP) took place in Brussels on July 2, in which Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Ryabkov participated.

There was a thorough exchange of views on the state of affairs in this area in light of the new sanctions resolution 1929 on Iran that was adopted by the UN Security Council on June 9, 2010. The meeting reiterated the commitment of all participants in this format to an expeditious politico-diplomatic solution to the situation around INP and the readiness toward this end for dialogue with Tehran, particularly on the question of implementing a fuel swap scheme for the Tehran Research Reactor.

The political directors also held a separate meeting with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy to discuss topical tasks of organizing the next meeting in the Six-Iran format.

On the sidelines of this event, Sergey Ryabkov held consultations with US Under Secretary of State William Burns in their capacities as co-chairs of the Russia-US Presidential Commission Policy Steering Group. Topical bilateral and international problems were discussed, along with a schedule of relevant contacts at various levels for the period ahead.

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