Talks on the rejoin of the U.S. to the JCPOA and Iran’s fulfilling its JCPOA obligations continued on Tuesday in Vienna, Austria, as the negotiators of four signatories of the deal gathered together to finalize the talks.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on US President Joe Biden to reverse a decision to name the 1915 massacre of Armenians by the former Ottoman Empire “genocide,” warning that the declaration would harm bilateral ties.
The United States has faced criticism after returning to climate talks as part of attempts to end its international isolation, with activists saying Washington’s pledge to fight global warming is too little.
As the Vienna talks on the fate of rejoin of the U.S. to the JCPOA ended and all delegations returned their homes for making their decisions in their governments, some reports claim that the U.S. Administration does not want to remove all sanctions and it is just focusing on partial removal of sanctions and it is against what the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution has set as the redline for the negotiating team and they should be fully aware of the tricks and the game which is played by the Western side, especially by the U.S.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says what Tehran is seeking through the ongoing talks in Vienna is the full implementation of the 2015 nuclear accord, neither more nor less.
Republicans in Congress have introduced legislation containing the “largest package” of sanctions against Iran to prevent the Joe Biden administration from potentially removing the sanctions that Washington reimposed against Tehran when it left a landmark nuclear agreement in 2018.
Former US President Donald Trump warned against steps by the Biden administration that would encourage cooperation between Russia and China.
The Republican governor of Florida has joined a chorus of criticism and opposition to US President Joe Biden's immigration policies, saying he created “a huge catastrophe at the southern border."
The Czech Republic has announced the expulsion of 18 staff from the Russian embassy alleging that Russian intelligence services were involved in an ammunition depot blast in 2014.
A top Chinese diplomat has denounced as “too negative" the US policy toward his country, saying the administration in Washington is more focused on confrontation rather than cooperation with Beijing.