Vienna (IP) - Iran's chief negotiator in the Vienna talks, before leaving for Tehran, said the other side had been given the opportunity to consult in the capitals in the Joint Commission of the JCPOA.

Iran PressEurope: Ali Bagheri-Kani, Iran's chief negotiator in Vienna, told reporters: "In today's meeting of the Joint Commission of the JCPOA, a brief assessment of several days of talks was provided by various parties.

Bagheri-Kani added: The other parties stated that they need to consult with the capitals to provide reasoned, documented, and logical answers to the proposals of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister stated: "Accordingly, the other sides were given the opportunity to resume talks in Vienna next week, after consulting with their capitals."

A new round of Vienna talks on lifting sanctions and reviving the JCPOA began on Monday (November 29th) in the Austrian capital.

The delegation of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Vienna submitted two of its proposed documents in the form of two issues: the lifting of oppressive sanctions and the nuclear issues.


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