Ahmadinejad, Putin talk on phone

TEHRAN, July 7 (MNA) – Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin held a telephone conversation on Monday.

Putin who telephoned Ahmadinejad in Kuala Lumpur expressed hope that the planned nuclear talks between Iran and the EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana would yield successful results.


“I also hope that negotiations about nuclear issue will continue and will yield clear results which would guarantee the full rights of the Islamic republic of Iran.”


Putin also called for the implementation of the agreements signed between Tehran and Moscow.


For his part, Ahmadinjead said Iranian and Russian officials are determined to expand relations and “I see a promising future for the two countries’ relations.”










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