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Russia hopes for the immediate completion of the comprehensive agreement process with Iran

Eviralnews, quoted by Sputnik, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko said on Wednesday that Moscow hopes that the work on the comprehensive cooperation agreement with Iran will be completed quickly.

Rudenko stated at the Valdai debate club: We are now actively working on signing a new fundamental agreement with Iran, which covers all areas of cooperation.

He expressed his hope that in the near future this two-year process can be completed with the drafting of this important international document. He emphasized: This agreement will be the basis of relations between Moscow and Tehran for several decades to come.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran's President-elect Masoud Medeshian had a telephone conversation on July 18, during which Putin congratulated his Iranian counterpart on the election victory.

During this conversation, the doctors announced their readiness to sign a comprehensive cooperation agreement on the sidelines of the BRICS summit, which will be held in Kazan in October.

Currently, there is an agreement between Russia and Iran on the foundations of bilateral relations and the principles of cooperation, which was signed in Moscow in 2001. This contract was concluded for a period of 10 years, which is automatically renewed every five years, unless one of the parties to the contract notifies the other in writing of its intention to terminate at least one year before the expiration of the relevant period.

The parties have been working on a new agreement on bilateral relations for several years.

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