Vienna talks:
Iran, P4+1 reaches new draft on JCPOA

Vienna (IP) - Iran and the P4 + 1 have reached a new draft in which the Iranian side's views are applied, which will be the basis for future talks in case of finalization.

Iran Press/Europe: According to the sources aware of the affairs, with the new draft agreed on, the talks on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) will be resumed after a 10-day break. 

Despite some European officials and media's smear campaign to disrupt the negotiations in the past few weeks, the two sides have reached a significant common ground.

Senior negotiators from the member states of the joint Commission of the JCPOA will gather at the Coburg Hotel in Vienna within the next few hours to conclude the last week's talks aimed at lifting the sanctions on Iran.

The Vienna talks aimed at lifting the illegal sanctions against Iran are underway as the pressures caused by the opposite media's propaganda and the sabotage of the Israeli regime.

Before Iran submitted its proposal text to the other side of the JCPOA, some of the European side's countries insisted on their non-constructive approach to the negotiations. This approach has caused differences shaped within the P4 + 1 group.

The new round of Vienna talks began last Monday, November 29, with the presence of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the P4 + 1 countries to lift the US' illegal sanctions. Ali Bagheri Kani is the head of the Iranian negotiating team in Vienna.


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