Restoring Iran nuclear talks in near or far future
Tehran, IRNA - Both sides involved in the Vienna talks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal are keen on resuming the negotiations, but it is not yet clear when they will restart meetings, because it depends upon different factors.
The factors consist of creating relative trust, avoiding threatening language, and expressing readiness to lift sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The nuclear negotiations to return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) stopped on June 20, 2021, when presidential election campaign kicked off in Iran. Now, the Iranian people and political experts think about the timing of resumption of the talks.
The high-ranking Iranian officials have repeatedly emphasized that Tehran wants to continue talks. President Ebrahim Raisi explicitly stated that his administration puts negotiation on agenda, because they want to see sanctions lifted; however, the Islamic Republic is willing to pursue fruitful talks and will not accept a negotiation for the sake of negotiation.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA