Iran announced that it had submitted to the opposite party in the Vienna talks its proposal regarding the abolition of the embargo imposed on it in addition to the nuclear issues.
"Yesterday, the Iranian delegation handed over to the opposite party two documents, the first related to Iran's positions on canceling the embargo and the second regarding the nuclear measures taken by Tehran," Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs, Iran's chief negotiator, Ali Bagheri Kani, said at the meeting of the Joint Committee on the Nuclear Agreement in Vienna.
He added, "Of course, the other party should study these two documents and prepare to engage in decisive negotiations with Iran over the texts announced in them... We have informed the other party about our readiness to continue the dialogue in Vienna, which requires them to study the two documents that we handed to them and that they are ready, in turn, to continue the dialogue." These negotiations, we do not face any objection in this regard.”
He indicated that his country's delegation will hold other meetings today, including talks between it and representatives of the two countries, Russia and China, as well as a meeting with the heads of delegations of the three European countries and the European Union, stressing that these discussions will have multiple effects at the international level.
Regarding the attempts of other players from outside the negotiations or some of the participating parties to directly or indirectly prejudice the course of constructive dialogue and obstruct reaching an agreement, the Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister said: I warned during the meeting with representatives of the member states of the “four plus one” group of the need to prevent players from outside the negotiations. adversely affect its course.
And last Monday, discussions in the Austrian capital, Vienna, resumed by the Joint Committee on the Iranian nuclear deal between Iran and the major powers, with a focus on canceling the US embargo imposed on Iran.
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