World – Iran
Cautious optimism about efforts to revive the nuclear agreement in light of the intransigence of the United States and its obstacles to reaching an agreement in this field.
Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei stressed that reaching a result in the nuclear talks in Vienna depends on a political decision by the participating parties, and that there is a general understanding about the important differences between the two parties in the nuclear talks in Vienna, considering that what remains needs a political decision rather than a political decision. need to negotiate.
Rabiei said, “It is possible that the round of talks in Vienna during the next week will be the last, but it depends on the will of the other parties to reach a conclusion from the talks.”
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, for his part, stressed the need to prepare for the influx of frozen foreign exchange balances abroad into the country with the imminent revival of the nuclear agreement, assigning the Central Bank and concerned agencies to plan for accelerating the pace of providing basic commodities and raw materials for local production. He also called for accelerating international banking relations and directing them towards reviving production sector.
On the other hand, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that the nuclear agreement is necessary to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, but it is not sufficient to address other issues such as ballistic missiles, noting that returning to the nuclear agreement with Iran will provide a better situation that allows working with allies and partners of the United States to address other files.
Price said: “Washington will continue discussions with its allies and partners for a mutual return to compliance with the JCPOA, and in this regard, Washington will remain engaged in the seventh round of the Vienna nuclear negotiations in the coming days.”
Iran insists on the necessity of the complete abolition of the embargo and the full implementation of Article 29 of the nuclear agreement and verification of its credibility, and it also demands guarantees that the United States will not withdraw from the nuclear agreement again.