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Iran rejects pessimistic assessment on nuclear dialogue in Austria

Irán, rechazo, pesimismo, diálogo, nuclear

Iran rejects pessimistic assessment on nuclear dialogue in Austria

Tehran, Jan 23 (Prensa Latina) Iran reaffirmed its rejection of pessimistic assessments of the dialogue in Vienna, Austria, dedicated to reactivating the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) or "nuclear deal".
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Iranian negotiators, led by Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Baqeri Kani, said such considerations are part of a psychological game by some signatories of the pact and the United States to obtain concessions.

During the last few hours, the conversations have focused on how to verify the cessation of the oppressive anti-Iranian measures imposed by Washington after its illegal departure from the multilateral agreement.

The main agenda contemplates looking for a formula of achieving commitment from the US so that in the future it does not resort to using blockades again.

In any case, according to unidentified sources cited by Iran, there is progress in the eighth round of negotiations between Iran and the rest of the signatories of the pact (United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany).

The United States is now talking about returning to the agreement and is indirectly participating in the dialogue.

The head of the Russian negotiating team, Mikhail Ulyanov, considered the meeting fruitful, saying that Moscow’s close coordination with Tehran plays a key role in promoting dialogue.


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