April 14, Iranian President Rouhani said his country was willing to participate in negotiations on a comprehensive agreement to return to the Iranian nuclear issue, adding that he would do his utmost to achieve results as soon as possible in the Negotiations on the Vienna Nuclear Agreement.
Al Jazeera reported on April 14 that Rouhani said the same day that his government will do its utmost to achieve results in the Vienna nuclear negotiations as soon as possible, in order to lift the 2018 unilateral withdrawal of the United States after the Iran nuclear agreement to restart and add a series of additional sanctions against Iran.
Responding to calls in Iran that participation in the talks would lead to more concessions, Rouhani responded, “Don’t be afraid to negotiate.”
Rouhani also referred to the April 11 explosion inside Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility, “obviously by Israel.” Rouhani said Iran would retaliate by declaring on April 14th that it would use an IR-6 centrifuge to purify 60 percent enriched uranium at its Natanz nuclear facility.
Reported that the Natanz nuclear facility “attack” time coincides with Iran and Iran nuclear agreement related parties in Vienna at the end of the first phase of talks.
“You (Israel) thought you were going to leave us empty-handed in the negotiations, but we’re going to go there with our hands full.” Rouhani said.
Representatives of relevant parties to the comprehensive agreement on Iran’s nuclear issue held a new round of talks in the Austrian capital Vienna on April 9 to discuss the resumption of the implementation of the agreement between the United States and Iran. On 10 April, the European Union issued a statement stating that two expert groups, respectively, responsible for studying the lifting of sanctions and measures in the field, had reported to the Board and that the exchanges since 6 had been agreed to be “constructive” and committed to achieving tangible results.
On April 13th Iran’s deputy foreign minister, Aragzi, who is in Vienna, Austria, to negotiate the nuclear deal, said his country had told the International Atomic Energy Agency that it would increase its uranium enrichment to 60 percent from April 14.