Iran says the nuclear talks with the world powers will resume in a few weeks in Vienna

Iran has announced that it will hold talks with other world powers in a few weeks’ time to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.

The Iranian news agency IRNA reported that the joint comprehensive action plan, informally known as the Iran nuclear deal, will be dealt with in Amirabdollahian’s bilateral meetings with the foreign ministers of the JCPOA participants, Khatibzadeh said, adding that there will be no 4 + 1 meeting . However.

On September 5, President Ebrahim Raisi declared that Iran was not against the principle of negotiation. “Negotiations are an option as an instrument of diplomacy, but negotiations under pressure and threats are not at all acceptable,” he said.

In six indirect rounds of talks between the USA and Iran in Vienna an attempt will be made to find out how both countries can return to compliance with the atomic pact.

Following the decision of former US President Donald Trump to withdraw the US from the nuclear deal, Iran waited a year before resuming its nuclear activities.

A 2020 report by the International Atomic Energy Agency found that Iran now has more than twelve times the amount of enriched uranium permitted by the JCPOA and that “even with the construction of new underground facilities near Natanz, its main enrichment facility, started “.

The Biden government was seen as more open to a nuclear deal. In his first speech as President of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, he said the US would return to the Iranian nuclear deal if Iran did the same.

“We are ready to return to full compliance if Iran does the same,” he said.

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