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Biden is considering an urgent return to the Iran nuclear agreement.

Iran again calls on the Biden administration to lift all sanctions and says it will withdraw retaliation measures.

Iran said that the two sides had not contacted each other. ( Associated Press)

Worldwide media said that Jack Sullivan, an assistant to the National Security Affairs of the United States of the United States, said on Friday that President Biden was considering the urgent resumption of the nuclear agreement with Iran as the first step to deal with a series of threats from Iran.

This is faster than the timeline previously proposed by the Biden administration.

According to the Washington Post website on January 30, Sullivan did not mention Biden’s repeated preconditions that Iran should take the lead in stopping nuclear activities and re-compliance with the provisions of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement.

Sullivan said that Iran is now closer to making nuclear bombs than when former President Trump ordered the United States to withdraw from the nuclear agreement, so putting the nuclear program in a box is a top priority.

Sullivan said: “We will have to deal with other bad behaviors of Iran throughout the region, that is, malicious behavior. But from our perspective, as Iran approaches to possessing enough fissile material to manufacture nuclear weapons, a key point to solve it as soon as possible must be to deal with the escalating nuclear crisis.

We want to ensure that some norms and restrictions that have gradually disappeared over the past two years are re-established around this plan.”

According to AFP in Washington on January 29, the new U.S. government has appointed Robert Marley, the designer of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, as the U.S. special envoy for Iran, but the hardliners say he is too weak to Iran.

According to the report, a U.S. State Department official said on Friday that Secretary of State Blincoln is “building a dedicated team” to deal with the relationship between the United States and Iran, and that the team will be led by Mali.

Mali was one of the main negotiators on the U.S. side when Iran reached a nuclear agreement with the world powers in 2015.

The State Department official said that Mali “left a successful record in negotiating the way Iran’s nuclear program was restricted during his time as a negotiator.

The Secretary of State is confident that he and his team will succeed again.

In addition, the website of USA Today reported on January 29 that Iran’s top diplomat in the United States warned the Biden administration that it “must act quickly” and return to the Iran nuclear agreement abandoned by Trump because Washington’s “window” for lifting economic sanctions before the deadline set by Tehran is closing.

According to the report, Iran’s hardliner parliament has set February 21 as Biden’s deadline to lift U.S. sanctions to return to the Iran nuclear agreement.

In an exclusive interview with USA Today, Iran’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Magid Takht-Ravanshi, said: “We have repeatedly said that if the United States decides to resume its international commitments and lift all illegal sanctions against Iran, we will resume the full implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (Iran Nuclear Association). Discuss), and this is beneficial to all parties.

The White House on Friday showed its sense of urgency by appointing Robert Marley as its envoy for Iran.

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