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Iran considers positive nuclear dialogue in Vienna

Iran considers positive nuclear dialogue in Vienna

Tehran, Jan 6 (Prensa Latina) Iran considered as positive the dialogue taking place in Vienna, dedicated to reactivating the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) or "nuclear deal", in crisis as a result of the abandonment on the part of the United States.
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The head of the Iranian mission, Ali Bagheri, affirmed that progress has been made in the talks, which resumed last Monday after a pause at the end and beginning of the year.

The delegation of Iran had presented previously, two drafts to the representatives of the 4+1 group (United Kingdom, France, China and Russia plus Germany) taken as the basis for the discussions.

In those documents, Tehran calls for a total lifting of the coercive measures ordered by Washington, and then getting back on what was stipulated in the original JCPOA signed back in 2015.

By decision of then-US President Donald Trump, the United States illegally dropped from the pact in May 2018 and reimposed sanctions previously lifted by consent.

A year later, Iran began to cut its obligations, although without abandoning the treaty, because there were sections that allowed corrective measures to be taken if any of the signatories did not comply with what was agreed on.


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