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The Iranian flag floats in front of a nuclear power plant, in Iran, June 5, 2020. Iran and the Signatory Powers of the Agreement On its nuclear program leads talks on the concluded Covenant in 2015. The United States is optimistic and speak of "modest progress" in the discussions. However, the game is far from won.
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Hopes American side
"My personal assessment, after talking to all our colleagues, is that the return to mutual compliance remains possible", said Antony Blinken in Berlin after interviews with his European counterparts.
"We noticed, I would say, modest progress over the last two weeks in the discussions"in Vienna, he added.
For its part, the French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves The Drian warned that the negotiation "can not continue at a slow pace".
judging progress in the "partial, shy and slow" talks , the minister felt that there was "urgency to change with rhythm otherwise it will inevitably be the end of the JCPOA (the agreement of Vienna on Iranian nuclear power) ", he said at a press conference in Berlin.
The month of "February will be absolutely decisive. We have no more time, "
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a little earlier, the German Foreign Minister, Annalya Baerbock, also called for "urgent progress"in these Higher negotiations that resumed in November.
"We need very, very urgent"progress, highlighted the degives for diplomacy while a shy renewed optimism has been accompanied by the talks in Vienna, after difficult beginnings.
"The Vienna negotiations do not fall into a decisive phase, but in the decisive phase" , she added, emphasizing that "time is literally counted,".
because "Parallel to the discussions, Iran unfortunately continues to turn the spiral of nuclear climbing", accused Annalya Baerbock after his interview with Antony Blinken.
Wednesday, January 19, the US President Joe Biden was also relatively optimistic about the possibility of saving the nuclear agreement with Iran, ensuring that time is "not yet come to abandon" Discussions.
He assured that Washington was "in unison" with other signatory countries (Russia, France, China, United Kingdom and Germany) of the agreement concluded in 2015 with Iran, and of which Donald Trump had Withdrawn the United States three years later.
Negotiations in Vienna
This agreement offered Tehran the lifting of a portion of the international sanctions in exchange for a drastic reduction of its ambitions in the nuclear sector, placed under the strict control of the United Nations.
But after the unilateral withdrawal of Americans, Tehran gradually abandoned its commitments. The United States has imposed penalties.
talks were restarted in November in Vienna to return Washington in this pact and bring Tehran back to the respect of his commitments.
Washington and Tehran are considering direct negotiations on nuclear .
© 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.