In response to recent allegations by US National Security Adviser, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman said the path of America's return to JCPOA is clear through the ending of the maximum failure campaign and the guarantee of respect for international law.

Iran PressIran News: Saeed Khatibzadeh wrote on Twitter on Tuesday night: "US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan claims that Iran has left JCPOA. Does he not know that it was the United States that left this agreement?"

Further, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman stated that the path for the US return to the nuclear deal is clear through the admission of culpability, ending its 'maximum failure' campaign and guaranteeing that international law won't be mocked again.

He concluded that JCPOA fundamentally dictates these basic expectations.

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan recently claimed in an interview with CNN that the United States is ready to return to talks on reviving the JCPOA, but that Tehran had not yet shown the will to do so.

As the Vienna talks are set to resume on Monday (November 29th) to lift illegal US sanctions against Iran, the US administration's statements and continued pressure on Iran have cast doubt on the outcome of forthcoming talks.

Following the JCPOA deal and the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 in 2015, all six previous resolutions against Iran, which had led to sanctions on the Iranian nuclear industry, were repealed. Still, the United States and three European countries (Britain, France, and Germany) did not live up to their commitments, especially during Donald Trump's presidency.

However, Iran has fulfilled all its obligations since the final agreement was reached in 2015, and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly confirmed Iran's adherence to its commitments in several reports.

Related News: White House double standards hinder returning to JCPOA

The Biden Administration now claims that it wants to return to the JCPOA, which has not only failed to take effective action to gain Iran's trust but has also continued to impose unilateral and illegal sanctions on Iran, even as no marked change is seen in the anti-Iranian policy of the US administration under the Democrats.

So far, six rounds of negotiations have been conducted in Vienna between the United States and other parties to revive the JCPOA. The sides say tangible progress has been made in the talks, but some differences remain. 219