Moscow- At the end of Tuesday meeting, P5+1 said in a statement that both sides have discussed the proposals and demands and.
The statement said P5+1 is committed to Baghdad proposals and called for stopping 20 percent uranium enrichment, closure of Fordow site and exiting 20 percent uranium enrichment from Iran as the first step by Tehran for confidence building.
Iranian Secretary of Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili at the end of the talks said that Iran in this round of talks underlined its inalienable rights on uranium enrichment.
He said, 'With legal documents, we proved that many of behaviors against Iran had been unlawful and must be stopped.'
Jalili said that G 5+1 underlined that they needed more time to present their own viewpoints and I think they are facing a big test to attract Iranians confidence.
He added that in this process there is no pretext to intensify sanctions and opposing with Iran peaceful nuclear activities.
Jalili stressed that Iran’s right to access uranium enrichment and nuclear fuel cycle must be recognized.
This can be the first step by them and as we declared our stance on nuclear disarmament in the highest level, they should recognize our rights, too.
Meanwhile EU Chief Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton, by referring to Iran and G 5+1 decision to continue talks said that the two sides have decided to hold experts meeting in Istanbul on July 3rd.
At the end of 2-day meetings in Moscow on Tuesday evening, Ashton told reporters that given efforts of both sides in the nuclear negotiation to remove existing concerns, G 5+1 expects Iran to act in the framework of Non-Proliferation Treaty and the UN Security Council resolutions.
She added that in this direction we underlined presented proposals in Baghdad meeting to Iranian side.
The two sides then agreed on holding an expert meeting in Istanbul on July 3 to prepare proposals by the experts, IRNA reported.
After the Istanbul meeting Helga Schmid and Ali Baqeri will meet and finally Catherin Ashton and Jalili will have a direct contact on the issue.