Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanovon Wednesday reaffirmed his country's readiness to continue nuclear cooperation with Iran.
"Russia is prepared to continue cooperating with Iran in strict compliance with international commitments, including in the nuclear sphere," Ivanov said in a statement.
He said Russia is waiting for an official report on the transparency of Iran's nuclear program from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the near future.
He urged Iran "to provide full information about its earlier and current nuclear programs, join the Additional Protocol on IAEA guarantees and suspend uranium enrichment work".
These steps would "remove the international community's concerns about Iran's nuclear program," Ivanov said.
On Tuesday, Iranian officials told foreign ministers from France, Germany and Britain that Iran would suspend uranium enrichment and allow unrestricted access for inspectors from the IAEA, the UN nuclear watchdog.
They also said Iran would sign the additional protocol to the NPT before Nov. 20.
Russia is helping Iran build an 800-million-dollar nuclear plant near the coastal city of Bushehr.
Earlier Wednesday, an Iran official said Tehran and Moscow would sign a protocol to an agreement on Iran's returning spent nuclear fuel to Moscow.