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Sanctions against Iran hamper return to nuclear deal

Sanctions against Iran hamper return to nuclear deal

Tehran, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) Iran stressed that the sanctions against it imposed by the United States hinder the return to the origin of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) or nuclear agreement.
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Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi confirmed that the obsession of the United States to subdue Iran is the main impediment in saving the pact signed in 2015.

Araqchi chairs an Iranian mission at the JCPOA Joint Commission talks in Vienna, Austria, and reiterated that Washington must lift all sanctions in order for Iran to return to the agreement.

The United States abandoned the treaty in May 2018 and reimposed coercive measures against Iran that were eliminated in the agreement signed in July 2015.

Faced with this hostility, Tehran began to cut back on its nuclear obligations, although it never abandoned what was agreed with the 5 + 1 group (United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia and China plus Germany).

These reductions are part of chapter 36 of the JCPOA, insofar as they allow signatories to take corrective measures in the event of violations by others.

Joe Biden’s government expressed interest in returning to the agreement but on the condition that Iran return to the origins of the treaty, something that Tehran rejects.

The Iranian authorities assure that, if the United States eliminates its policy of pressure and sanctions and verifies it, there will be no need for further negotiations, because they will return to the origin of JCPOA.

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