Russian Federation rules out reopening talks on Iran's nuclear agreement

Remigio Civitarese
Settembre 24, 2017

Speaking on Iran, Lavrov warned that if the nuclear agreement with Tehran fails, Pyongyang could be discouraged from making any deals on curbing its own nuclear and missile programs in exchange for easing sanctions.

The ministry official said: "Dhaka has requested that Russian Federation lend its support for reaching a sustainable solution to the Rohingya refugee crisis".

Sergei Lavrov also disclosed that Russian Federation has suspicions that the USA may have also violated a landmark arms control treaty. And he said with so many people involved in hearings and investigations related to the alleged Russian meddling, "it can not be that not a single fact has leaked". -Russian relations. "I did not expect that from a Nobel Peace Prize victor, but he did manifest himself and we can still see the ramifications", he said. Such legislators need to have these political signals.

Russian Federation would welcome any attempt by a third country to mediate in the crisis, Lavrov told the news conference, adding that this could come from a "neutral" European nation.

China and Somalia enjoy a long history of friendship, Wang said, adding that China was one of the countries that first recognized Somalia's independence and Somalia was the first country in East Africa to establish diplomatic relations with China. He added that U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has talked about mediation and said if he received such a request "he would try to fulfill that".

The threat from North Korea's nuclear and missile tests has dominated this year's gathering of world leaders, but divisions remain over how to confront Pyongyang. "Opening up this plan for negotiations basically would be disregarding this agreement", Lavrov said at a Friday press conference at the UN General Assembly. "They threaten the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action", he added, referring to the 2015 global accord between Iran and six world powers.

If the Iran nuclear deal falls apart, he said, "then North Korea would say, 'why do I need to negotiate with you if you do not carry out your promises?'"

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