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Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister: Iran’s nuclear talks are on track and challenges remain

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister: Iran's nuclear talks are on track and challenges remain

△ Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Aragchi

April 28 Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Araghi 27 in an interview with the media, said that the Iranian nuclear talks held in the Austrian capital Vienna is on the right track, but there are still important challenges ahead to be addressed.

A new round of meetings of the Joint Committee on comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue was held in Vienna on the 27th. After the meeting, Araghi again urged the United States to take the lead in lifting all sanctions against Iran, and said Iran will also verify the lifting of sanctions after the full implementation of the Iran nuclear agreement.

Iranian news television quoted Araghi as saying that delegations were serious enough to work hard to achieve results. “Iran will stop negotiations if other parties try to waste time on other purposes,” he stressed. ”

According to a statement issued by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the official website, the parties to the Iran nuclear agreement joint committee decided on the 27th to speed up the negotiation process, and set up a working group to study the resumption of the implementation of the Iran nuclear agreement “pragmatic arrangements.”

To discuss the resumption of U.S.-Iranian compliance, the parties to the Iran nuclear deal began meeting in Vienna earlier this month.

In July 2015, Iran reached a nuclear deal with the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany. Under the deal, Iran promised to curb its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions. In May 2018, the U.S. government unilaterally withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement, which was followed by the resumption and addition of a series of additional sanctions against Iran. Since May 2019, Iran has phased out some of the terms of the Iran nuclear deal, but has promised to take “reversible” measures.

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