April 15th, local time, a new round of meetings of the Joint Commission on comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue was held in Vienna, Austria, to continue discussions on the resumption of U.S.-Iranian compliance.
Austrian Foreign Minister Scharenberg said the same day, leaving time for consultations is very urgent, in his view, the vienna meeting may be the last diplomatic attempt to save the Iran nuclear agreement.
With Iran due to hold presidential elections in June, and campaigning campaigns and changes in negotiators all making it uncertain to resolve disputes over the Iran nuclear deal, there is a general consensus that a consensus must be reached by the end of May. Scharenberg said on the 15th, because of the time constraints, Iran and the United States are facing greater pressure.
He also revealed that in separate talks with the two sides, can feel the United States and Iran’s representatives have made efforts. He believes that representatives of both sides can come to Vienna for “indirect talks” and have already sent a positive signal.