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Iran rejects meeting on nuclear deal with US

Iran rejects meeting on nuclear deal with US

Tehran, Apr 3 (Prensa Latina) Iran today considered unnecessary a meeting with the United States to discuss the Comprehensive Plan of Joint Action (PIAC) or nuclear agreement that the northern country abandoned in May 2018.
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The first thing, reiterated the Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Yavad Zarif, is that Washington lift the punitive measures against the Islamic republic to save the multilateral agreement.

Zarif took to social media to comment on a virtual meeting of the PIAC Joint Commission with the participation of Iran and the other signatories of the treaty during which they agreed to resume negotiations next Tuesday.

Delegates from Tehran and the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany, the now called g4 + 1, will attend that scheduled appointment with physical presence.

Those gathered will address, said the head of diplomacy, the lifting of anti-Iranian sanctions and the cessation of the measures adopted by the Islamic republic to counter them.

At the time, the Iranian Vice Foreign Minister, Abás Araqchi, asserted that, to save the nuclear treaty, there is no need for negotiations, but rather to eliminate US coercive measures.

Washington promises sanctions relief if the Islamic Republic stops any of its nuclear activities, but Tehran rejects that offer.

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