The European Union has submitted a “final document” in talks to save a 2015 deal aimed at curbing Iran’s nuclear ambitions, with Tehran saying it was considering the proposal on Monday. rice field.
Britain, China, France, Germany, Iran, Russia and the US indirectly resumed talks in Vienna on Thursday after months of stagnation.
“Negotiations have ended. This is the final document…no renegotiations.”
Officials said they hoped the “high quality” texts would be accepted “within a few weeks.”
State news agency IRNA, citing an unidentified foreign ministry official, said: “Upon receiving these ideas, we communicated our initial response and considerations.”
On Sunday, Iran called on the UN nuclear watchdog to “completely” resolve the issue of nuclear material in undeclared locations.
“It has nothing to do with the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreement,” a European official said.
– “irrelevant and non-constructive” –
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian said Sunday that “the authorities should completely resolve the remaining safeguards issues through technical channels by distancing themselves from irrelevant and unconstructive political issues.” I believe,” he said.
If the United States and other signatories to the 2015 pact do not support UN agencies, it will “undermine the agency’s mission and broader non-proliferation goals,” she wrote on Twitter.
A 2015 agreement gave Iran sanctions relief in exchange for curbing its nuclear program to ensure Tehran could not develop nuclear weapons.
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