Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Khanani said in Tehran yesterday that his country is ready to resume talks on its controversial nuclear program.
“We have received important news in recent days,” Kanani said. “There will soon be an opportunity to hold new negotiations.”
Khanani added that Iran aims to end the conflict over its nuclear program, but he did not specify the date and location of the talks.
Iran’s chief negotiator at the nuclear talks, Ali Bagheri Ghani, announced in a tweet on Sunday that his country had submitted its proposals to facilitate the conclusion of talks to lift the embargo, stressing Tehran’s readiness to conclude negotiations to lift the embargo. Short term, if the other party is willing to do so.
Mehr news agency reported Bagheri Ghani as saying on his Twitter account: “We have presented the proposed plans to the other parties in terms of form and substance to pave the way for a speedy conclusion to the Vienna talks. A complex and harmful situation caused by the US’s unilateral and illegal withdrawal.”
In a related development, Executive Committee member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian Parliament, Yaqub Reza Sadeh, said that a new round of nuclear talks would soon be held in Vienna.
This comes at a time when nuclear talks between Iran and the 4+1 group (France, Britain, China, Russia and Germany) that began in April 2021 to renew the 2015 nuclear deal with the participation of the United States have stalled.
For his part, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi called for the lifting of all sanctions imposed by the US after it unilaterally withdrew from the nuclear deal in 2018 under former US President Donald Trump.
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