Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh stated that his country started those talks with an interactive and flexible attitude, but that was not the case with the other side.
The 7th round of high-level talks between the Islamic Republic and the JCPOA signatories took place from November 30 to December 3, after a five-month hiatus.
Those negotiations envisaged discussions on the elimination of the oppressive anti-Iranian measures mandated by the United States since it illegally withdrew from the pact in May 2018.
Iranian representatives presented two drafts dealing with the removal of US sanctions and Iran’s return to its commitments under the nuclear deal.
Meanwhile, the United States blamed Iran for that pause and threatened to turn to other options if the talks fail.