Iran’s top negotiator at the Vienna talks says it is time for the United States to lift sanctions against Iran and return to the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
In a highly controversial move, the Austrian government sided with Israel by flying the Israeli flag over a number of government offices, a move that smeared Austria’s international reputation and undermined trust in its ability to continue to be impartial venue for international events.
Iran’s top diplomat canceled a trip to Vienna amid Iranian criticism over a controversial decision by Austria to fly the Israeli flag over government offices.
While nowadays the talks on the U.S. rejoin to the JCPOA are underway in Vienna, some remarks show how the Americans need badly to rejoin the JCPOA after their failure in bringing down Iranian nation to its knees by sanctions and in dictating their demands.
A top Iranian nuclear negotiator leading Iran’s negotiating team at the Vienna nuclear deal talks said Iran will extend a monitoring access deal with the UN nuclear watchdog if needed.
Iran and the remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear deal held another meeting on Friday to discuss the latest developments concerning the nuclear deal.
A senior Iranian lawmaker has said that the Vienna nuclear talks between Iran and world powers are expected to lead to a new deal, warning the Iranian negotiating team against falling into the American “trap.”
Vice-Speaker of Ian’s Parliament Amir Hossein Qazizadeh Hashemi conferred with Slovakian Ambassador to Tehran Ladislav Ballek on the development of bilateral relations.
The European Union has raised the prospect of reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal by pursuing a possible sequencing of measures as Iran underlined the need to revive the nuclear deal in one major step.
Stating that step-by-step plans or an interim agreement are baseless, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister said that Iran is only talking about the final step in lifting the oppressive sanctions against the Iranian nation.