World News | Iran pledges to continue nuclear talks until national interests are fully protected


Tehran [Iran]May 1 (ANI/Xinhua): Iran vowed on Sunday to continue talks on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal until its national interests are fully and comprehensively protected, the agency reported. IRNA official press.

The remarks were made by Ali Bahadori-Jahromi, spokesman for the Iranian government, in response to comments that the United States is about to admit the failure of the Vienna nuclear talks.

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Nuclear negotiations are among Iran’s top priorities, Bahadori-Jahromi noted. Iran will continue its efforts within the framework of international diplomatic mechanisms until it protects its economic interests and nuclear rights, the spokesperson concluded.

In July 2015, Iran signed a nuclear deal with world powers, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), in which Tehran agrees to curb its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions. against him.

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However, former US President Donald Trump withdrew Washington from the deal in May 2018 and reimposed unilateral sanctions on Iran, prompting the latter to phase out some of its nuclear commitments under the deal.

Since April 2021, several rounds of talks have taken place in the Austrian capital between Iran and the other parties of the JCPOA to revive the agreement. Iran is insisting on getting guarantees that the US government would not abandon the deal again and on lifting the sanctions in a verifiable way.

On Tuesday, Israel claimed the United States was closer than ever to admitting defeat to President Joe Biden’s stated goal of a return to the JCPOA. (ANI/Xinhua)

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