Yakusheva says Iranian nuclear talks in Alma Ata were best

, Deputy Director General of the North-South Center for Political Analysis, said that negotiations of the Iranian nuclear program with six mediators in Alma Ata had ended with the best results possible.

She noted that ratings given to the talks differed and sometimes contradicted each other, depending on the country. Ratings given by Israel, US, Russia and Kazakhstan were based on political context.

The expert pointed out such features of the talks as optimist demonstrated by all attendants and flexibility of Iran. The sides agreed to have new negotiations.

According to publications following the end of the meeting, Washington scrapped plans of using force to settle the conflict, but will continue attempts to dissolve its government. Yakusheva says that positive changes in mass media are as big a success as it could get. Further progress in 2013 has poor chances, she supposes.

By Vestnik Kavkaza


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