TEHRAN, Mar. 27 (MNA) – Iran’s President Rouhani has contacted his Russian counterpart to discuss ongoing nuclear negotiations and latest regional developments.

President Hassan Rouhani discussed nuclear talks and regional developments and bilateral ties with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.

During phone conversations on Thursday, he outlined Iran’s views regarding nuclear negotiations.

Talking to Putin, he expressed his views on the process of nuclear talks and urged participating countries to use the existing chance to further negotiations given the fact that certain pressures groups might try to hinder a nuclear agreement.

He said Iran expected Russia, as a friendly neighboring country, to take more serious steps in this regard and play a more decisive role in the negotiations.

President Rouhani also touched upon the military aggression against Yemen and stressed the unity and stability of Yemen through emergence of broad-based government.

Noting that situation in Yemen now is different from a few months ago he said people there are now experiencing a popular revolution so their demands should be taken into consideration.

President Putin, for his part, voiced condolences over the passing away of President Rouhani’s mother.

He said nuclear negotiations have been good so far, stressing that attempts should continue until development of a final agreement.

He said Moscow has always been for any action which would lead to a final agreement.

On Yemen developments, he said Russia was against any military invasions because it was not a constructive solution to the problems in the country.

President Putin said Russia supported unity and territorial integrity of Yemen and advocated dialogue among parties involved in the crisis.

He stressed that Moscow will continue with exchanging views with Iran on nuclear talks and regional developments.

 

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