On his trip to Finland, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister in Europe and Americas’ Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi met with the country’s Foreign Minister on Monday.
Stressing Iran’s goodwill in its nuclear deal with the Six Majors, Ravanchi urged the EU and US to avoid actions and statements that will damage agreements made between the sides in Geneva, Mehr News Agency reports.
The Foreign Minister of Finland Erkki Tuomioja in turn expressed hopes that with the aid of both sides, final agreement is reached the sooner.
Also providing comments on the Geneva2 talks on Syria, he pointed out the need for Iran to be present as part of the negotiations.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister in Europe and Americas’ Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi then stressed Iran’s commitment to nuclear deal made with the West and said "We expect the EU and US to avoid taking positions that will damage the negotiations process and the agreements so far reached.”