After a months-long pause, the Vienna negotiations on the Iranian nuclear program resume today

After a pause for months, the negotiations on the Iranian nuclear file will resume in Vienna today, with the participation of all parties, and with the indirect participation of the United States.

  • All parties involved in the nuclear negotiations meet in Vienna with the indirect participation of the United States (AFP)

The negotiators in charge of the Iranian nuclear file will meet in Vienna today, Thursday, after a months-long hiatus, in an attempt to revive the nuclear agreement.

For the first time since last March, all the parties involved in the agreement, namely Iran, Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom and Germany, are meeting, in addition to the indirect participation of the United States of America, with the aim of reviving the 2015 agreement.

Analyst at the European Council on International Relations, Ellie Geranmayeh, said that the new round of negotiations “may allow a course correction and give the necessary impetus to reach the finish line.”

and announced Iranian Ministry of Foreign AffairsYesterday, Wednesday, an Iranian delegation headed by chief negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani is heading to Vienna to resume indirect talks between Washington and Tehran aimed at reviving the nuclear agreement.

On his way to the Austrian capital, Kenny wrote in a tweet on Twitter: “I am heading to Vienna to advance the negotiations,” adding that “the ball is in the United States’ court to show maturity and act responsibly.”

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian called on the United States to “be realistic And take measures that will lead to an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program.”

On July 13, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi confirmed that “Iran will not back down from its logical and correct positionsin negotiations to revive the nuclear deal.

The negotiations are taking place at the Coburg Palace, under the supervision of the European Union Coordinator, Enrique Mora, who is charged with coordinating with the American delegation, which is indirectly participating in the negotiations.

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US envoy Robert Malley, for his part, announced that he was on his way to Vienna, saying: “Our aspirations are deliberative, but the United States welcomes the efforts of the European Union, and is ready to try to reach an agreement in good faith.”

On July 26, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, presented a draft proposal to Tehran and Washington in an attempt to conclude a settlement that would reactivate the understanding that The United States withdrew from it in 2018.He called on the parties to accept it to avoid a “dangerous crisis”.

Despite achieving great progress in the negotiations, earlier, the talks were suspended last March, with points of disagreement remaining between Tehran and Washington that the stakeholders have not yet been able to bridge the gap.

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