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Nuclear: Tehran agrees to resume negotiations in Vienna in November

2021-10-27T16:01:50.735Z

Iran is ready to resume negotiations on its nuclear program in Vienna in November, announced the Iranian deputy minister in charge of the file ...



Iran is ready to resume negotiations on its nuclear program in Vienna in November, announced the Iranian deputy minister in charge of the dossier Ali Baghéri, after a meeting in Brussels with European negotiator Enrique Mora.

I had a serious and constructive conversation with Enrique Mora on the essentials of a successful negotiation.

We have agreed to start negotiations before the end of November.

The exact date will be announced next week

, ”he said in a message posted on his twitter account.

"

There is nothing to announce for the moment

" on our side, we indicated from a European source after the meeting.

See also Iran: the EU nuclear negotiator Thursday in Tehran

The EU urges the Iranians to resume negotiations initiated in Vienna to save this agreement supposed to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons. They have been suspended since the election in June of a new Iranian president. "

The talks must be held in Vienna,

" insist the Europeans. The Iranians had asked to meet Enrique Mora to "

discuss the issues that remained unresolved

" after their talks with the European negotiator on October 14 in Tehran. "

They want clarifications on the text that is on the table (in Vienna) and bilateral contacts with some of the signatory countries

," a European official confided last week.

Read alsoNuclear: Iran plans to resume negotiations before early November

The head of European diplomacy Josep Borrell, coordinator of the negotiations on the nuclear agreement concluded in 2015 with Iran, known by its English acronym JCPOA, must consult the other signatories and the United States, ready to return to this denounced agreement in 2018 by Donald Trump, before setting a date for the resumption of negotiations in Vienna. The Iranian announcements were therefore deemed "

premature

"

for this reason

. The agreement concluded between Iran on the one hand and the United States, the United Kingdom, China, Russia, France and Germany on the other, offered Tehran the lifting of part of the international sanctions which strangle its economy in exchange for a drastic reduction in its nuclear program, placed under strict UN control.

Source: lefigaro

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