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EU and Iran to hold Nuclear talks In Brussels this week in bid to restart Iran nuclear deal

EU and Iran to hold Nuclear talks In Brussels this week in bid to restart Iran nuclear deal

The EU’s prime negotiator will meet his counterpart from Iran this week in Brussels for talks on restarting negotiations over Iran’s nuclear deal, a spokesman for the bloc mentioned on Monday, October 25.

 

The EU, US, China and Russia are scrambling to attempt to get negotiations aimed toward reviving the 2015 US-Iran Nuclear deal again on monitor after the election of a political hardliner in Tehran.

Iran’s chief negotiator on the deal, Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri, wrote on Twitter that he could be in Brussels on Wednesday “to continue our talks on result-oriented negotiations”.

EU spokesman Peter Stano mentioned the assembly would contain the bloc’s lead negotiator Enrique Mora, who visited Tehran earlier this month to push Iran to restart full negotiations.

 

Stano mentioned the EU’s diplomatic service was “sparing no efforts to resume talks of all parties in Vienna”.

The settlement between Iran and world powers to discover a long-term answer to the now two-decade-old disaster over its controversial nuclear programme has been inactive since former US President Donald Trump walked out of the deal in May 2018.

 Joe Biden has mentioned he is able to re-enter the settlement, as long as Iran meets key preconditions together with full compliance with the deal whose phrases it has repeatedly violated by ramping up nuclear actions for the reason that US left the pact.

The talks have since made little headway following the election of hardliner Ebrahim Raisi as Iran’s president.

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