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Iran: Vienna negotiations far from realization "balance" in commitments


Tehran (Reuters) – 07/02/2022. 01:09

Iran says there is little progress in Vienna negotiations

  • The Secretary of Iran’s National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, said that the Vienna negotiations are still far from achieving the “necessary balance” in the parties’ commitments.
  • Shamkhani added, “Political decisions in Washington call for a balance of commitments to reach a good agreement.”
  • Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said that Tehran has not seen any “serious and important” initiative from the United States to revive the nuclear deal.

The Secretary of Iran’s National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, said on Sunday that Vienna negotiations On the nuclear deal, it is still far from achieving the “necessary balance” in the commitments of the parties, despite what he described as slight progress in the negotiations.

“Political decisions in Washington require finding a balance in commitments to reach a good agreement,” Shamkhani added in a tweet posted on his Twitter account.

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said: Tehran It did not see any “serious and significant” initiative from the United States to revive the nuclear deal.

And the Iranian “IRNA” news agency quoted Abdullahian as saying that his country is seeking to reach a good agreement, and is not looking for a limited or temporary agreement.

Abdullahian also called for the need to take practical steps on the ground, stressing that the United States must remove sanctions in a practical and tangible way from Tehran.

The Iranian minister stressed that his country had not received any preconditions from the United States to revive the nuclear agreement, and said that the negotiations are moving in a direction in which the issue of preconditions is not raised.

This comes as the European Union’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, stressed on Saturday the need for “good faith” efforts by all parties to quickly end the Vienna negotiations and return to the full implementation of the nuclear agreement.

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