January 28, 2022

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Vienna nuclear talks..importance for practical solution to key issues

Vienna nuclear talks..importance for practical solution to key issues

The negotiators told a news conference that time would be available Vienna speaks To renew the contract, it took weeks, not months.

The negotiators stressed the need for serious work to discuss key controversial issues and reach practical solutions to them.

On Tuesday, the United States issued a warning about Iran’s optimistic statements Russia Regarding the Vienna talks, he said it was too late to say whether Tehran had returned to the talks with a constructive approach.

Iran and Russia have expressed optimism over the talks, which began this week, despite reports from Western countries that the talks were slow.

Foreign Minister of Iran Hossain Amir Abdullahian said it was possible to reach an agreement if other parties showed “good faith”, while Russian Ambassador Mikhail Ulyanov pointed out that a working group was making “uncertain progress” in the eighth round of talks.

On the other hand, the ministry spokesman US State Department Netflix said in a conference call that some progress had been made in the last round of talks, but that in the current round it would be too early to tell whether Tehran would return to the table to build those gains, Reuters reported.

The first nuclear deal lifted sanctions Iran In exchange for tough restrictions on its nuclear activities, former US President Donald Trump pulled his country out of the deal in 2018 and re-imposed tough sanctions on Tehran.

Iran later retaliated by violating several nuclear controls and advancing its nuclear activities.

Iran and the United States resumed indirect talks in Vienna on Monday, focusing on one aspect of Tehran’s original agreement – the lifting of sanctions, although critics see little progress in restricting its nuclear activities.

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Iran refuses to meet with US officials directly, so the other parties to the agreement, Russia, China, France, Britain, Germany and the European Union, are moving to separate meetings between the two sides.