In an interview with IRNA correspondent, he said that “*There is “no united front” against Iran in Vienna talks.”
Elsewhere in his remarks, Mikhail Ulyanov said that “there is no united front against Iran here [Vienna talks]”.
“At least Russia has to be counted out as well as China”, he said in an answer to a media hype concerning a possible coalition against Iran in Vienna talks.
I’ve always underlined that all of us have a common goal, he said.
He went on to say that we are counterparts and must cooperate closely.
In an answer to a question on possible results that Iran would achieve out of the Vienna talks, he underlined that “I’m absolutely sincere in this regard.”
Iran got much more from the talks that it could expect, he speculated.
He expected that a joint commission at the ministerial level would be held for announcing the results of the negotiations at the conclusion day “if the ministers come here”.
Ulyanov predicted that the meeting will be held within a week.
When the reporter termed the role of Ulyanov as active and constructive in the Vienna talks, the diplomat said that “all of us are equal and being in one boat.”
He reiterated that “the final result of the negotiation is a few minutes far from us”.