"Talks on Iran's disputed nuclear program descended into mistrust and frustration in Moscow on Tuesday, casting doubt on whether the two sides can negotiate a way out of the escalating crisis."
European foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said intractable difference remain. Negotiators didn't commit to more talks. Technical experts will meet next month. They'll decide if more negotiations are warranted.
Iran wants its legitimate rights respected and all unjust sanctions removed. They were unjustly imposed in the first place.
Washington and Israel yield nothing. Neither do go along Western partners.
Their intransigence produced deadlock. Their alleged concerns about Iran's nuclear program is sham cover for longstanding regime change plans.
Denigrating Tehran's legitimate right to produce nuclear power in accordance with NPT provisions is a pretext for planned aggression.
An unnamed US official said more sanctions are coming. New ones take effect July 1. They include an oil embargo and prohibition on insurance for ships carrying Iranian oil. Others are in prospect.
Lead Iranian negotiator Saeed Jalili said:
Iran's legitimate rights aren't negotiable. "(T)here is no reason or excuse to have doubt regarding the peaceful aims of Iran's nuclear program."