Vienna (IP) - On the fourth day of the Vienna talks, consultations and discussions of the negotiating delegations in Vienna continued at various levels and formats, and the drafts proposed by the Islamic Republic of Iran were discussed in various meetings.

Iran PressEurope: According to Iran Press on Thursday in the morning and in the evening, Ali Bagheri Kani, Chief of the Negotiating team of the Islamic Republic of Iran, met with Enrique Mora, Deputy Secretary-General of the European External Action Service (EEAS) and the chairmen of the three European Delegations.

The working groups on lifting sanctions and nuclear issues also met on Thursday evening with the presence of Iranian and P4 + 1 expert delegations. In these meetings, the drafts and proposals put forward by Iran were discussed.

In addition, a bilateral meeting was held today between Ali Bagheri Kani, Chief of the Iranian Negotiating team, and Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency. In this meeting, Iran's Chief negotiator, while emphasizing the continuation of technical cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the IAEA, called for a positive and constructive role of the international body.

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Bagheri Kani wrote on his Twitter account after the meeting: "I had fruitful talks with Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, with the aim of continuing technical cooperation between Iran and the IAEA." He added: "I emphasize that Iran is determined to continue its active and positive participation in the talks in Vienna, and the IAEA can play a positively technical role."

After submitting of the draft of Iran's proposal to the P4 + 1 group and the European Union, there are speculations that the JCPOA Joint Commission meeting will be held on Friday (December 4). Reports indicate that the meeting was requested by the European side to return to the capitals and review the drafts proposed by Iran. 


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