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Entertainment Washington and Tehran are considering direct negotiations on nuclear

04:05  25 january  2022
04:05  25 january  2022 Source:   lepoint.fr

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  Washington et Téhéran envisagent des négociations directes sur le nucléaire © AFP

U N Turning in the talks that drag in length to try to save the Iranian nuclear agreement? The Iran first considered Monday to negotiate directly with the United States, which immediately said to be ready for these "urgent" discussions.

"Currently, Iran does not negotiate directly with the United States, but if during the negotiations, we arrive at a point where the conclusion of a good agreement with solid guarantees requires a certain level of discussions with the United States. United, we will take it into consideration, "said Iranian Minister of Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, at a conference broadcast on state television.

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It acknowledged that "the American part" sent "messages in various ways whose objective is to have direct contact with Iran".

So far, Tehran refused any direct contact with Washington, believing that the enemy country had to "change their attitude" and return to the 2015 agreement before considering talking to him without intermediaries.

It is therefore a size inflection.

It works while both sides are finally state of "progress" in the talks that stand in Vienna, even if Westerners warn against the risk they are too late to allow a decisive breakthrough.

"At the current rhythm of Iran's nuclear advances, we have almost no time" to reach an agreement, thus warned Monday the spokesman for the US diplomacy Ned Price.

"We are ready to meet them directly," he added, reminding that Washington has justified that "it would be more productive". According to him, "meet directly would allow a more effective communication, which is urgent to quickly reach an agreement."

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Agreement "Possible" on the inmates

The 2015 Agreement, concluded between Iran on the one hand and Germany, China, the United States, France, the United Kingdom and Russia else On the other hand, offered the Islamic Republic of a drastic relief of international sanctions in exchange for a limitation just as draconian of its nuclear program, in order to ensure that it did not seek to acquire the atomic bomb.

But in 2018, under the chairmanship of Donald Trump, which thought it insufficient, the United States left the agreement and restored the economic sanctions against Iran, which, in response, has gradually freed the restrictions imposed on its Nuclear activities.

The current US President Joe Biden wants to come back to the agreement provided that Tehran also returns with his commitments.

from the talks opened in April in Vienna, and resumed in the fall after a five-month break, to put in music this "mutual return" in the text of 2015.

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but they take place between Tehran and the great Powers still members of the agreement concluded in 2015, while the Americans participate indirectly without having met the Iranians so far. The European Union plays mediators.

The United States has warned in recent days that the settlement approached.

"We have, I think, a handful of weeks to see if we can come back mutually in accordance with the agreement," said the leader of American diplomacy Antony Blinken. "Iran is getting closer and closer to the moment when it could produce, within a very short time, enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon."

Even bell from European side, where a diplomat sets in mid-February the hour of truth, calling for its wishes an acceleration of the discussions.

This may allow direct negotiations.

Another sign of optimism, a spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that it was "possible" to find an agreement on nuclear power but also for the release of four American citizens held in the Islamic Republic.

The spokesman reacted to Washington's statements, which seemed to make a connection between the two files.

"It is very difficult for us to imagine back in the nuclear agreement while four innocent are selected hostage by Iran," reaffirmed Monday Ned Price. But he assured that there was "no direct or explicit link" between these negotiations, because the return in the 2015 agreement is "at best uncertain", while the government of Joe Biden wants that "the return of these Americans are certain ".

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