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Abdullahian: Iran is serious about the Vienna talks and seeks to reach a good agreement


Tehran, SANA- Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian reiterated that his country has entered into talks in Vienna


Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian reiterated that his country entered the Vienna talks with the Four + One Group seriously and with good intentions, and was seeking to reach a good agreement.

And the Iranian news agency IRNA quoted Abdullahian as saying, during a telephone conversation with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres last night, that "despite the lack of commitment and reneging on the covenant on the part of America and the three European countries, Tehran entered the Vienna talks seriously and in good faith and seeks to reach a good agreement."

Regarding the characteristics of a good agreement, Abdullahian stressed the need for the other parties to return to their full obligations in the nuclear agreement so that his country would later stop its compensatory measures, explaining that any type of agreement that is reached must be verifiable in an effective manner.

Abdullahian indicated that his country does not ignore the previous six rounds of talks that were held within the framework of the Joint Committee of the Nuclear Agreement with the Four Plus One Group. He said, "We do not ignore those discussions, but as a new government, we consider that we have the right to discuss and discuss controversial issues according to our considerations."

For his part, Guterres welcomed the resumption of the Vienna talks between Iran and the Group of Four Plus One, expressing his full support for the revival of the nuclear agreement.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations called on all parties to make efforts to build confidence among them, stressing the full support of the United Nations for this.

Source: sena

All news articles on 2021-11-30

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