Intensifying dialogues in Vienna to reactivate the nuclear agreement

Iran reiterated that the implementation of the agreement will depend on the lifting of sanctions imposed by the United States on Tehran.

Representatives of Iran and other countries participating in the Vienna talks to revitalize the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (PIAC), or the nuclear agreement, intensified negotiations in what they saw as a concrete stage.

The chief negotiator of the Iranian side, Ali Bagheri Kani, met, on Sunday, with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs, Mehdi Safari, and the Russian delegate to the talks, Miguel Ulyanov.

On his official Twitter account, Kanye said, “Intensive consultations are continuing in the context of the talks in Vienna. I had a constructive meeting, especially on the remaining issues, with the Iranian chief negotiator.”

Ulyanov also held exchanges with delegates of the European Troika (France, Germany and the United Kingdom), with the aim of identifying possible views and strategies for the future course of negotiations.

A position he also discussed with the US special envoy to Iran, Rob Malley, while he did not hesitate to describe it as the last stage of the talks.

For his part, the Chinese envoy to the United Nations and other international organizations in Vienna, Wang Kun, met the previous day with both Mali and Bagheri Kani, and said, “We all agree that we have reached the final stage, especially after the Iranian delegates made their final offer.”

In which Tehran reiterates to Washington the complete abolition of the unilateral sanctions that burden it as a critical requirement that must be covered in any agreement. Meanwhile, the White House insists on using these coercive measures as pressure mechanisms against the Iranian nation.

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The PIAC was signed in 2015 by Iran, the United States, Germany, China, France, the United Kingdom, and Russia, but during the presidency of Donald Trump, the United States arbitrarily withdrew in 2018, reinstating economic sanctions against Iran.

In response to these measures, the Islamic Republic freed itself from major restrictions placed on its nuclear programme, under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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