Russia’s negotiator has described a “very worrying” slowdown in progress in nuclear talks between Iran and six major powers ahead of a June 30 deadline to finalise a historic accord.
Sergei Ryabkov’s remarks on Friday came as US Secretary of State John Kerry said upon his release from hospital after breaking his leg that he would soon head to Vienna in a bid to seal the deal after the outlines of an agreement were reached in April.
“The rate of progress… is progressively slowing down,” Ryabkov was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti as he arrived for the latest round of talks in Vienna.
“This is very worrying to us because there is very little time before the deadline and we urgently need to enter the final stage.”
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