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Iran demands U.S. President Joe Biden have to provide concrete guarantees on JCPOA

Washington and Tehran have both said they would return to the original deal but they disagree on the steps to get there

Iran demands U.S. President Joe Biden have to provide concrete guarantees on JCPOA

Teheran, November 3 - Neftegaz.RU. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has called on U.S. President Joe Biden to provide concrete guarantees that Washington won’t renege on its commitments under a revived nuclear deal with Iran again.

Khatibzadeh’s tweet came after President Biden said in a joint statement with the leaders of France, Germany and the UK that Washington will abide by the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, officially known as JCPOA, so long as Iran does the same.

After months of back-and-forth diplomacy, Iran finally set a broader date for the resumption of the Vienna talks.
The Iranian foreign ministry has recently announced that the next round of nuclear talks between Iran and major world powers will begin before the end of November.

A senior member of the Iranian parliament has said Iran will not allow inspection of its nuclear activities by the Atomic Energy Agency beyond the safeguards agreement.
Seyyed Mahmoud Nabaviyan said in an interview with Mehr news agency:
  • The interaction between Iran and the Agency must be within the framework of safeguard, and Iran will not accept any obligation beyond safeguards agreement
Nabaviyan was reacting to the statements of some people that Iran has no choice but to accept the conditionsof the West in the JCPOA because the economic situation depends on the agreement:
  • The idea that we should contact the Westerners to solve the country's problems is completely false, because we must rely on the strength of our young forces and elites to solve the country's problems
In 2018, US President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. withdrawal from the JCPOA, claiming it failed to curtail Iran’s missile program and regional influence.
The country has re‑imposed its previously suspended sanctions against Iran and gradually enforced further restrictive measures.
Many of these measures are secondary sanctions, which also affect Iran’s trading partners in 3rd countries.

Russia has played a constructive role in the nuclear negotiations leading to the signing of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Even after the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the deal, Russia continues to play that role.


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