Russia, the United States, China, Great Britain, France and Germany consider all options still open to agree upon a strategy
Official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Andrey Nesterenko has expressed regret that Iran had no intention to negotiate on the Iranian nuclear program.
Russia, the United States, China, Great Britain, France and Germany consider all options still open to agree upon a strategy. “We will retain all possibilities for a proposal for contacts with the Iranian side with the goal of elucidating its position and coming to a negotiated solution,” Nesterenko said.
The Six proposed not to impose new sanctions against the Islamic Republic in exchange for it freezing its uranium enrichment program and cancelling the installation of new centrifuges for a six-week period.
Iran stated that it would respond to the proposal after it received a response to its questions on the initiative.