Stating that almost all JCPOA agreement documents are ready, Iran Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs said that the parties will return to the capitals not only for further consultation but also for decision-making.
Indirect talks between Tehran and Washington on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal have come closer than ever to an agreement, but essential issues remain to be negotiated, the top Iranian negotiator said on Thursday.
The European Union and the United States have confirmed that the removal of sanctions on Iran constitutes an “essential part” of the Iran nuclear agreement, also called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), whose revival is the subject of ongoing talks in the Austrian capital, Vienna, since early in April.
Iran has expressed its strong dismay over the Joe Biden administration’s failure to lift illegal sanctions against Iran despite the fact that 144 days have passed since Biden took over as president at the White House.
Iran’s top nuclear negotiator says Tehran is seeking a good deal that would address the Islamic Republic’s key concerns and there will be no deal if Iran’s concerns are not allayed.
Iran's permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna noted that the talks had entered important and fundamental issues, saying that Iran would not accept any commitment in the nuclear field beyond the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Russia’s ambassador to the UN in Vienna has called for a creative and responsible approach to overcome difficulties concerning the Vienna nuclear talks between Iran and the West.
Iran’s top negotiator to Vienna talks on the revival of the landmark nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers says despite intense efforts made by all involved parties to reach a conclusion in the ongoing fifth round of talks, he is not sure that this will be the final round of negotiations.
Iran’s negotiating team in Vienna led by Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi has held separate trilateral and quadripartite meetings with the European, Chinese and Russian delegations.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araghchi, who led the Iranian negotiating team at the Vienna nuclear talks, attended a “very tough” meeting at the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee on Sunday to discuss the latest developments concerning the nuclear talks.