World Revival of the Agreement?: Iran agrees atomic calls to

21:50  27 october  2021
21:50  27 october  2021 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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Iran's leadership wants to negotiate his nuclear program in November. So far, hard sanctions apply against the country.

Das Atomkraftwerk Buschehr im Iran (Archivbild) © Photo: DPA / Majid Asgaripour / More News Agency The nuclear power plant BUSCHREG in Iran (archive image)

The Iranian government agrees to talking to the end of November to revive the atom agreement. That made Iran's Vice Order Minister and chief subsidiaries Ali Bagheri Kani known on Twitter.

"The negotiations today in Brussels with (the EU Vice-External Officer) Enrique Mora were very constructive and we agreed on the resumption of nuclear negotiations in November," said the Bagheri as the future head of Iranian atomic delegation in Vienna. The exact date will be announced next week.

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of Iran wanted to recovery The nuclear negotiations advice on "remaining differences" lead to enable "result-oriented negotiations". Therefore, Bagheri met with Mora now in Brussels. Both diplomats were last hit in Tehran in mid-October.

The then US President Donald Trump had renewed the agreement of 2015 on one side and economic sanctions against Iran. The sanctions are co-responsible for the so far worst economic crisis of the country . In response to US sanctions, Tehran began to exceed the technical restrictions imposed by him in the agreement. Among other things, the country increased uranium enrichment from the 3,67 allowed to 60 percent.

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Under President Joe Biden, the United States have shown themselves open to a new edition of the Agreement, which should prevent that Iran reaches nuclear weapons. Iran has explained not to build nuclear bomb.

The negotiations on the restoration of the Vienna Agreement of 2015 in April were interrupted after the presidential election in June and the government change in Tehran. China, Germany, France, Great Britain and Russia are trying to return to the US to the Agreement. Iran should also take technical obligations. (DPA, Reuters)

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