Two proposed Iranian documents accepted as basis for future talks in Vienna

(IP) - Iran's senior negotiator in the Vienna talks said that the country's views about removing sanctions and the nuclear issues would be included in two draft documents and be the basis for further negotiations.

Iran PressCommentary: At the same time, Ali Bagheri-Kani, pointed out that it was not Iran's will to stop the talks, noting that the speed of reaching an agreement depends on the other side. If the other side accepts the rational views and positions of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the new round of talks can be the last round of negotiations, and we can reach an agreement as soon as possible.



In a telephone conversation with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres last week, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, said that the lack of initiative on the European part was one of the reasons for the slow progress in the negotiations.

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It should not be forgotten in the sixth and seventh rounds, the European parties had repeatedly stated in messages that they had new ideas for advancing the talks and reducing differences, but after the negotiations began, positions outside the JCPOA (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) showed that the European parties Instead of urging the United States to end its policy of maximum pressure and illegal sanctions and take a positive step to make up for the past, they are seeking to put pressure on Iran.

During all these years, due to US actions, JCPOA became an empty shell for Iran for most of its life from an economic point of view, while the European parties, with impractical promises, advised Iran to be "patience."

The three European countries (Britain, France, and Germany) that, along with the United States, play a dark role in the negotiation process, have now used the tactic of time constraints to put pressure on Iran to accept its maximum demands. The start of the seventh round of the Vienna talks showed that some parties were trying to destroy the atmosphere of the negotiations in any way possible.

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"This is a very political issue for Iran," said Haqi Uygur, a political expert in Turkey, noting that Iran has proven to be committed to the agreement and that the International Atomic energy Agency (IAEA) oversees its nuclear program.

From the point of view of political observers, technical measures, serious negotiations, proposals, and initiatives in the talks are important steps that Iran has taken since the beginning of the seventh round of Vienna talks. Meanwhile, the agreement of the Islamic Republic of Iran with the installation of cameras on the Karaj site shows the good cooperation of Tehran with the Agency in building trust during the negotiations.

However, given the fluctuations in approaches and unexpected changes in the views and positions of the European parties, it is still not possible to predict the future of the negotiations. What needs to be emphasized is that the progress of the talks depends on the will and goodwill of the other party.

The new round of Vienna talks began on November 29, with the presence of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the P4 + 1 countries to lift the US' illegal sanctions.


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