On the 18th local time, Robert Mali, the Special Representative of the United States for Iran, representatives of Britain, France and Germany, and representatives of the Arab States of the Gulf met in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, to mainly discuss the Iranian issue.
After the meeting, the representatives of the United States, Britain, France and Germany issued a statement saying that the United States, Britain, France and Germany reiterated the importance of quickly reaching and implementing a negotiated program to ensure that Iran’s nuclear program is only for peaceful purposes.
After the meeting, Robert Mali, the U.S. Special Representative for Iran, said that the meeting discussed two ways to Iran, either to continue the nuclear crisis and escalate the situation, or to return to the nuclear agreement with each other, and the time to make a short choice.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Khatibzad said on the 19th that the anti-Iran statement was just a false and illegal “performance” and was not worth responding to at all.
Khatibzad said that the United States violated UN Security Council resolution 2231 and withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement and should be responsible for the current situation of the nuclear agreement.
The United States is the only country in history that has a black history of using nuclear weapons, and it is also a country that often interferes in the affairs of other countries. Now the United States is creating a crisis and engaging in anti-Iran propaganda.
Iran and other relevant parties to the Iran nuclear agreement will convene a new round of Vienna negotiations on the 29th of this month to resolve the resumption of compliance with commitments under the Iran nuclear agreement.
According to the quarterly report issued by the International Atomic Energy Agency on the 17th, Iran’s enriched uranium reserves of 60% reached 17.7 kg, an increase of 8 kg over early August.
French Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Jeande said on the 18th that Iran must return to full compliance with its commitments under the nuclear agreement without delay and resume cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
And the upcoming meeting of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency on November 24 must send a strong signal to Iran.
In this regard, Khatibzad said on the 19th that as a responsible member of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran has often stressed that the Agency is a technical department of the United Nations and that any politically motivated acts and actions must be put an end to by officials of some countries for the purpose of influencing the acts of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
What position will be regarded as damaging the reputation of the Agency as a technical and professional body of the United Nations, and will also affect the legitimacy of the agency’s behavior.
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