The EU's deputy foreign policy chief said the aim of the consultations in the third week of the JCPOA joint commission meeting in Vienna was for the United States to return to the Iran nuclear deal while reviving this agreement.

Iran PressEurope: The EU's deputy foreign policy chief Enrique Mora, on Twitter on Tuesday night, referring to the talks held on the sidelines of the JCPOA Joint Commission meeting in Vienna wrote: "In the third week, our goal is to consult with expert groups and make separate contacts with the United States over Washington's return to the JCPOA and the full revival of this agreement."

A new round of talks between Iran and the P4 + 1 group was held today with the resumption of the meeting of the JCPOA Joint Commission in Vienna.

At this meeting, the participants decided to speed up the negotiation process and agreed that the activities of the expert groups in the two areas of lifting sanctions should continue intensively and quickly.

It was also decided to set up a third expert group called the "Executive Arrangements Expert Group" to discuss the practical arrangements needed to implement the lifting of sanctions and then the return of the United States to the JCPOA.

During Donald Trump's presidency, Washington unilaterally imposed economic terrorism with the aim of putting maximum pressure on the people of Iran.

The new US president has criticized the White House's previous policy toward Iran, but said his return to JCPOA is conditional on Iran's action, without mentioning which government had promised to leave JCPOA; however, Biden has promised that if Iran returns to full implementation of the JCPOA, Washington would return to the agreement.

The Islamic Republic of Iran emphasizes that "it will return to its obligations when the United States lifts all sanctions in practice, not verbally or on paper, and these lifting of sanctions is verified by Iran." 219