Moscow, June 19 (QNA) - The major powers will delve into Iran's response to their proposals on Iran's nuclear program suggested earlier during the last round of talks in Baghdad, EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton said Tuesday during Moscow's round of talks between the G5+1 countries and Iran.
Earlier on Monday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the positions of Iran and the G5+1 on the Iranian nuclear program are complex and hardly running smoothly.
There have been suggestions that the talks might be extended for one more day, according to Russian news agency (Itar-Tass).
"The talks are so complex that I think two days will not be enough," Ryabkov said.
"What is important is that there is the political will, and the talks are proceeding in a very benevolent atmosphere," Ryabkov said.
Meanwhile, Ashton's spokesman, Michael Mann, described the talks atmosphere between G5+1 and Iran as "difficult but frank".
Iran and the G 5+1 held several rounds of talks in Baghdad last month. The Baghdad meeting came after Iran and the six world powers resumed talks in Istanbul, Turkey, in April.
The powers want Tehran to stop enriching uranium to 20 percent.
G5+1 countries are the five permanent members of the UN Security Council (Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States) plus Germany. (QNA)