EU deputy foreign policy chief Enrique Mora

IP- European Union deputy foreign policy chief Enrique Mora is expected to visit Tehran for nuclear talks within days, according to the officials, who asked not to be identified in line with diplomatic rules.

Iran PressIran News: Shuttle diplomacy between the participants in the talks, including Iran from one side and other side, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the UK, has picked up recently, and a restart of broader talks could happen within the next three weeks, they said.

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian had announced that talks would resume soon.

Iran remains ready to return to nuclear talks "very soon," but the Biden administration has sent a "negative sign" by failing to lift economic sanctions and imposing new sanctions against Tehran, Iran's foreign minister told NBC News.

Amir-Abdollahianadded that US President Joe Biden needed to back up his talk of diplomacy with concrete actions to show Iran that Washington is serious about restoring a 2015 nuclear deal.

"In other words, President Biden was and is criticizing the behavior of his predecessor, Donald Trump vis-à-vis Iran, but at the same time, the volume of the file of sanctions that Trump built against Iran is being carried carefully by Biden," he said.

"Negotiations that result in only drinking coffee do not serve us," Amir Abdollahian added.

Under a 2015 deal, Iran curbed its uranium enrichment program in return for lifting economic sanctions. Then-US President Donald Trump quit the agreement in 2018, and the Israeli government opposes US efforts to revive it.


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