Iran’s Foreign Minister Says Agreement With World Powers on Nuclear Deal Possible

Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, said that talks between Tehran and the world powers in Vienna are close to a good agreement, but insisting that reaching one depends on the other side’s willingness.

“An agreement is possible in the shortest time,” Abdollahian told state TV, hinting that other sides should also show seriousness.

According to Abdollahian, negotiations in Vienna are not easy, but he said Iran has taken all the steps to put the talks on the right track.

“The agreement is possible if all parties returned to their obligations under the JCPOA, especially the United States, who abandoned JCPOA, then we would certainly return to full compliance with the JCPOA,” he added.

Meanwhile, Iran’s top negotiator, Ali Baqeri Kani, had recently said that talks on removal of sanctions on Iran in Vienna are advancing, and the two sides are now trying to resolve outstanding issues.

Kani said he met with representatives of the G4+1 group of countries, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China, and they held in detailed discussion on how to remove sanctions on Iran .


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