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Iran-US Tehran and EU nuclear talks to resume "in the next few days"

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DUBAI — Iran Iran's foreign minister said Saturday that indirect negotiations with the United States on the resurgence of the 2015 nuclear deal will soon resume as the Supreme Foreign Minister of the European Union calls for a break in months of negotiations. ..

"We are ready to resume discussions in the next few days. It is important for Iran to fully enjoy the economic benefits of the 2015 agreement," said Hossein. Foreign Minister Amirabdrahian added that he had a "long and positive meeting" with Joseph Borrell, EU Foreign Policy Officer.

When the EU coordinating negotiations invited the final decision of the agreement to the foreign minister representing the parties to the agreement in Vienna after 11 months of indirect negotiations, the agreement It looked like it was nearing its resurrection in March. The administration of Teheran and President Joe Byden.

However, negotiations are stalled, primarily over Teheran's claim that Washington will remove its elite security force, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), from the list of foreign terrorist organizations in the United States.

"It is hoped that negotiations will resume in the next few days and the deadlock will be resolved. Three months have passed and work needs to be accelerated. It was done in Teheran and Washington. I am very pleased with the decision I made, "Borel said at a press conference aired in Teheran.

Two Iranian and European officials told Reuters prior to Borrell's trip that "two issues, including sanctions issues, have not yet been resolved." Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs also refused to confirm.

"We have agreed to resume negotiations between Iran and the United States over the next few days, facilitated by my team, to resolve the last open issue." Borel tweeted without specifying the venue.

"And the coming day means the coming day, that is, soon, soon."

2018, then-US President Donald from economic sanctions In exchange for his bailout, Iran withdrew from a contract that it had agreed to curb its nuclear program.

With the withdrawal of the United States and the re-enforcement of adverse sanctions, Iran began to violate its core nuclear limits about a year later.

Western nations have stated that Iran's intentions are completely peaceful, but fear that if Iran decides, it will be able to produce nuclear bombs. (Written by Parisa Hafezi, edited by Pravin Char and Helen Popper)