ISLAMABAD, Aug 05 (Alliance News): Iran’s top nuclear negotiator and senior US representatives will visit Vienna this week for talks on revising the 2015 nuclear deal.
According to foreign media, the visit of the officials of the two countries to Vienna will revive the talks that had stalled in June.
According to state media, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said Tehran was ready to agree to any deal that guaranteed its rights.
Nasir Kanani said that the Iranian negotiator Bagheri Khani will leave Tehran in a few hours, as always, this time also in this round of negotiations held with the support of the European Union, the proposals presented by different parties and the exchange of views. will be considered.
The US official said that the US special representative for Iran, Rob Milley, will go to Vienna this week for talks and negotiations on revising the nuclear deal.
Last month, the EU’s top diplomat, Joseph Borrell, said he had drawn up a new draft to restore the Iran-US nuclear deal, under which Iran would freeze its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. He was willing to do it.
The deal expired in 2018 when then-US President Donald Trump dramatically pulled out of it and imposed sharp economic sanctions on Iran.
As a result, Tehran exceeded the limits of its nuclear activities stipulated in the agreement.
After 11 months of indirect talks and negotiations between Iran and US President Joe Biden’s administration in Vienna, there were signs of a revival of the accord in March.
However, the talks stalled after Tehran made several demands, including a demand that Washington guarantee that any future US president, like former President Donald Trump, withdraws from the nuclear deal. Will not back down.
In June, EU-brokered, indirect talks between Bagheri Kani and Rob Maley were aimed at breaking a deadlock in negotiations to revive the 2015 nuclear deal that ended without progress in Qatar. To be restored.
Nasir Kanani said that Iran is determined to approve a strong and stable agreement that guarantees the rights and interests of the Iranian nation.
He called on Washington to take necessary steps to make effective progress on revitalizing the agreement.
An Iranian official said that the discussions and negotiations in Vienna will be on the pattern of the Doha talks.
Earlier on Wednesday, EU envoy Enrique Mora tweeted that coordinators were on their way to Vienna to discuss the full implementation of the JCPOA based on the draft presented on July 20.