Iran’s chief negotiator will travel to Vienna to pursue the talks aimed at resolving the remaining problems that have posed significant challenges to reaching an agreement to lift sanctions on Iran.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's international nuclear agreement or the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between the country and P5+1 countries (Russia, China, UK, Germany, France, and the US) in 2015, but the US scrapped it on May 18, 2018, re-imposing more sanctions on Iran.

The eighth round of sanctions removal talks begun in Vienna on December 27 is ongoing in Vienna, after a short break, but without the US.

The Iranian top negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani returned to Tehran on Wednesday. 

Reviewing the process and results of the Vienna talks so far, Iran's Supreme National Security Council in its last meeting stressed the need to fulfill the legal and logical demands of Iran, which is within the red lines of the country.

The meeting also stressed the need for a speedy resolution of the remaining issues, which put the negotiations on the "border of agreement or deadlock," and the acceptance of any agreement was subject to the assignment of these issues.

From Iran's point of view, no deadline can prevent the continuation of the negotiations until a good agreement is reached, and the media propaganda about the end of the negotiations should be ignored.


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