Weekend Reads Viennese nuclear discussions with Iran ended
International Nuclear Agreement: Iran is interested in the quick conclusion of the nuclear negotiations
After the agreement under Donald Trump has been terminated, the West tries to renew. Iran speaks for a rapid conclusion. © Photo: Mohammad Berno/Iranian President's Office/AP/dpa Hassan Ruhani, former President of Iran, visits the Buschehr nuclear power plant. Iran said that the EU proposal of the EU to save the International Nuclear Agreement from 2015.
The EU has written a "final text" with which an agreement from 2015 is to be saved. He is now presented by the EU foreign commissioner Josep Borrell in the capitals of the countries involved.
in the effort to revive the nuclear agreement between Iran and six other countries. The European Union had presented a "final text" to restore the international pact of 2015, said a high-ranking EU diplomat in Vienna. Now it should be decided at the participating states whether they agree to the agreement.
Iran arrested Bahai supporters
The Iranian Ministry of Secret Service accuses them of spying on Israel. In addition, in kindergartens and schools, they would have operated mission work for the forbidden Bahai religion. © Getty Images/D.Silverman The world center of the Bahai in Israeli Haifa The Iranian secret service announced that several members of the Bahai religion group were arrested for alleged espionage for Israel. Secret service staff had "arrested the central core of the Bahai espionage party".
"very good compromise"
"The negotiation has ended, it is the final text," said the EU representative. In his view, it is a "very good compromise for everyone involved". The document is now presented by the EU foreign commissioner Josep Borrell in the capitals of the countries involved. It is not yet possible to say whether this makes a breakthrough within reach. The United States was ready for a quick degree. Iran referred to the need for further internal consultations. A spokesman for the U.S. State Department said that the United States would be available for a quick agreement to revive the nuclear agreement. For its part, the Tehran leadership had announced several times that it was ready to implement the provisions again. "We will see if your words will follow."
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Irans State news agency IRNA in the coming weeks that the Iranian negotiatorswould return to Tehran. The consultations would continue with the coordinator of the talks and other parties, it continued.
talks stalled for monthswere resumed in Vienna last Thursday after they stopped for months. The agreement is intended to prevent Iran from reaching nuclear weapons. The government in Tehran denies such a goal. The pact was negotiated by the USA, China, Russia, Germany, France, Great Britain and Iran.
The West has been trying to save the 2015 agreement for years. It has been on the brink since the then US President Donald Trump unilaterally announced it in 2018 and imposed new sanctions against Iran. Iran then started gradually not keeping his commitments.
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Nuclear: Iran will respond to the text of the EU to revive the agreement before Monday midnight .
Iran-nucleaire-USA-Union: nuclear: Iran will respond to the text of the EU to rekindle the agreement before Monday Midnight © Reuters/Dado Ruvic Nuclear: Iran will respond to the text of the EU to rekindle the agreement before Monday midnight by Parisa Hafezi Dubai (Reuters) - Iran will respond to the "final" text of the ' European Union, aimed at rekindling the Iranian nuclear agreement in 2015, by Monday midnight, said the Iranian Minister for Foreign Affairs, calling on the United States to