The members of UN Security Council (UNSC) here Friday ended
their 90-minute talks behind closed doors on Iran's nuclear program,
failing to reach agreement on adopting any statements.
France and Britain made revisions in the previous statement to
narrow the gap between the stances of China and Russia on the one
hand and that of the United States on the other. The changes,
however, were not accepted.
Representatives from China and Russia said they should consult
the adopted changes with their governments and announce the results
The five veto-wielding states of the Security Council, the United
States, Britain, France, Russia, and China, have held four rounds of
unsuccessful talks in recent days.
Russia and China are resisting a resolution from the other three
The US Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, who takes
every opportunity to talk against Iran, told reporters the next
session is slated for Tuesday.