World Nuclear Agreement: Iran calls on the United States to show flexibility
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Iran responded on Monday to the "final" text of the European Union, aimed at reviving the Iranian nuclear agreement of 2015, said a European official, after the Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs called the States- United to be flexible. The Islamic Republic seeks to obtain the guarantee that no future American president would return to the agreement if it was relaunched, as Donald Trump had done in 2018.
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Iran responded on Monday August 15 to the "final" text of the European Union, aimed at reviving the Iranian nuclear agreement in 2015, said a European official, after the Iranian Foreign Minister calledto be flexible.
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The European manager did not give details concerning the response provided by Tehran. "There are three questions that arise, and if they are resolved, we can reach an agreement," said Hossein Amirabdollahian, Iranian Foreign Minister. "We do not want to conclude an agreement which, after 40 days, two months or three months, does not materialize in the field (...) we told them that our limits had to be respected," said Hossein Amirabdollahian.
The United States estimated that a return to the 2015 agreement was possible if Iran abandoned its "superfluous" requests.More flexibility
Hossein Amirabdollahian believes that the coming days will be crucial. "We will need more discussions if Washington does not show flexibility to resolve the remaining questions (...) like Washington, we have our own plan B If the talks fail," he said. The Islamic Republic seeks to obtain the guarantee that no future American president would return to the agreement if it was relaunched, as Donald Trump had done in 2018.
The European Union, as a coordinator of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the global powers, presented last week a "final" text aimed at reviving the Iranian nuclear agreement of 2015.
US says ‘encouraged’ by Iranian response to nuclear deal proposal .
US State Department says outstanding issues remain, and the Biden administration is still undertaking ‘consultations’.US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price told reporters on Monday that the United States is formulating a response to Iran’s reply to the European Union-led proposal and will convey it after internal consultations and talks with allies.