Iran must renounce its unacceptable demands for a nuclear deal

According to the news of TRT World, US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement that the US will respond to the “final” text of the European Union (EU) to specifically revise the agreement.

The statement did not share a time as to when that would happen.

“The only way to achieve a reciprocal return on compliance with the JCPOA is for Iran to abandon unacceptable demands that go beyond the scope of the JCPOA. We have long called these demands ‘off-topic,'” Price said. said.

Iran: Nuclear deal possible if US is ‘realistic and flexible’

Tehran conveyed its views to the EU yesterday on the draft agreement presented by the EU, the coordinator of the negotiations, and accepted as the final roadmap in nuclear negotiations.

It was stated that an agreement would be reached if the US response to the final draft agreement submitted by the EU was “realistic and flexible”.

It was stated that Iran expects assurances from the USA that it will show flexibility on three issues that cannot be resolved in the negotiations, that these will be included in the text of the agreement and that the continuation of the agreement will be guaranteed.

Mohammad Marandi, the adviser to the delegation that carries out Iran’s nuclear negotiations with the West, evaluated Tehran’s response to the EU’s proposal as the final draft agreement in the nuclear negotiations, in his message shared on his Twitter account.

Marandi stated that Iran expressed her concerns in her reply to the EU and that it would not be difficult to overcome the issues that are waiting for solution in the negotiations. ” had used the words.

Nuclear negotiations with Iran

Nuclear talks on ensuring the full implementation of the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran and the return of the US to the agreement have been held in Vienna intermittently since April 2021.

Washington, which unilaterally withdrawn from the agreement in 2018 during the period of former US President Donald Trump, participates indirectly through the EU in the negotiations held in Vienna with the participation of high-level representatives from Russia, China, Germany, France, England and Iran.

While Washington wants Tehran to return to its commitments in the agreement, Iran, as the party that left the nuclear deal, first demands that the United States return to the agreement, lift all sanctions and give assurances that it will not leave the agreement again. Iran also wants international “political investigations” over its nuclear program to be closed for a final deal.

During the visit of the EU High Representative for Foreign Relations and Security Policy, Borrell to Tehran on 25 June, it was decided to continue the indirect talks between the USA and Iran through the EU in Doha. It was announced that no progress was made in the negotiations held on June 29.

Borrell announced on 20 July that he had submitted a new draft text to the parties to resolve the dispute between Iran and the United States. Tehran and Washington administrations also declared that they welcomed the new solution proposals presented by the EU.

The parties gathered in Vienna on 4 August to restart the negotiations and announced that little progress had been made in the 4-day negotiations.

Lastly, the US Wall Street Journal, in its news on 11 August, citing unnamed European diplomats, wrote that the EU submitted a proposal to Tehran that aims to close the UN investigation into Iran’s past nuclear activities in order to overcome the bottleneck in the talks.

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