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Iran must quickly return to nuclear talks

Iran must quickly return to nuclear talks

The United States and three European powers acknowledged the need for a speedy return to Iran’s nuclear talks during talks in Paris on Friday, raising concerns over the delay.
U.S. State Department spokesman Netflix said US Ambassador to Iran Rob Malley continued to talk to diplomats from Britain, France and Germany about how diplomacy could “provide a more effective course” for Iran.
“We are united in the hope that talks will resume soon in Vienna and we will know where they stopped after the sixth round,” Price told reporters in Washington.
Iran and the six major powers (the United States, France, Britain, Russia, China, and Germany) reached an agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program in 2015, allowing it to lift a number of sanctions in exchange for restricting its nuclear activities. And ensuring the peace of its project.
However, in the era of its former president Donald Trump re-imposing sanctions on Tehran, the effects of the agreement will not be valid since the US unilaterally decided to withdraw from it in 2018.
One year after the US withdrew from the agreement, Iran gradually withdrew from implementing most of its basic obligations.
Troops affiliated with the agreement, with indirect US involvement, began negotiations in Vienna this year in an attempt to renew the agreement after new US President Joe Biden expressed a desire to return his country to it.
The parties involved held six rounds of talks between April and June, without specifying a new date for their resumption.
For its part, the French Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the talks would take place at a “critical stage” as France and other countries prepare to resume talks in Vienna.
“Meanwhile, it is urgent and imperative that Iran stop its serious violations of the nuclear deal to an unprecedented extent,” the statement added.

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