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Iran says ‘no step-by-step plan’ for lifting US sanctions
Step-by-step approach proposed by Iran now off the table as it says it will only accept full sanctions removal.“The definitive policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran is the lifting of all US sanctions,” foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh told state-run PressTV on Saturday.
Eight leading representatives of security authorities in Iran are new to the EU sanction list. They were significantly involved in human rights violations in 2019 in accordance with European conviction.
The European Union has expanded its penalty measures against Iran. It is about the violentin November 2019 in the Islamic Republic. According to different estimates, between 230 and more 1000 people died.
among the sanctioned are several high-ranking members of the Iranian revolutionary gardes, including Hussein Salami, the commander of the most powerful and the world's heaviest sanctuary. At the EU list, the Commander-in-Chief of the Iranian police, Hussein Ashtari, a former prison director, the head of an urban Security Council and three detention centers, as the Council of the Member States announced.
US: Iran talks unlikely to lead to an ‘immediate breakthrough’
The US and Iran are planning to talk Tuesday in what is likely to be a long, difficult process to revive nuclear deal.Iran and the United States said on Friday they would hold indirect talks in Vienna on Tuesday as part of a wider effort to revive the nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers, formally called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
The affected are made a significant contribution to heavy human rights violations in 2019 by Brussels. Against they were imposed on entry bans, potential assets in the EU was frozen.
Against the background of the massive approach to critics, opposition and journalists in Iran, the European Union has begun to impose sanctions for severe human rights violations. So far, 87 representatives from government, judiciary, law enforcement agencies and intelligence services were on the list.
In Tehran, it was now one of the most recent sanctions, one would expose cooperation with the European Union in several areas.In the nuclear conflict, the EU
mediates EU ambassadors after the information of the AFP news agency had already given a green light for the extension of the list two weeks ago. The time had triggered surprise under officials in Brussels. The EU is currently tryingin negotiations to revive the . The US had gone out of the agreement in 2018.
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Iran nuclear talks: What you need to know .
Iran says it is willing to return to full compliance with the deal if the US first drops sanctions imposed under Trump.In response to the attack on Natanz nuclear facility, for which Tehran blamed Israel, Iran decided to ramp up uranium enrichment to a new high of 60 percent purity, drawing concern from European powers and the US.