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Iran to maintain equal demands in nuclear talks

Ali-Baqeri-Kani

Iran to maintain equal demands in nuclear talks

Tehran, Dec 8 (Prensa Latina) Iran will maintain the same demands in the talks with the signatories of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) or nuclear deal scheduled to resume on Thursday, December 9, in Vienna, Austria, official sources reported on Wednesday.
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The head of the Iranian delegation, Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri Kani, reiterated that the Islamic Republic aspires to the total and verifiable elimination of the coercive measures imposed by the United States against Tehran.

The nuclear negotiations had been paused since June and resumed on November 29, although they were suspended again on December 3 for analysis by the remaining participants in the meeting with their respective higher authorities.

The two texts included the elimination of the US sanctions and Tehran’s return to what was sealed in the multilateral pact in 2015.

The deal is in crisis due to the United States’ illegal withdrawal in May 2018 and the reimposition of oppressive measures to Iran, to which the United Kingdom, France and Germany, the European signatories of the treaty, did not react.

US President Joe Biden promised during his presidential campaign that the northern nation would return to the deal, but so far, he maintains the so-called maximum pressure policy of his predecessor, Donald Trump (2017-2021).

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