Tehran (IP) - Iran has provided the European Union with its conclusion on the talks aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Iran PressIran News: Earlier Monday, Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Tehran would offer its conclusion on the JCPOA revival talks by midnight local time.

"We will relay our final conclusion on the outstanding issues to the EU coordinator in writing by midnight today to see what feedback it will have and what reaction the US will show," he said.

Iran's top diplomat added that if the US shows a realistic and flexible reaction to Iran's offer, "we would be at the point of agreement," adding, "The American side has orally agreed to two proposals offered by Iran."

"However, the US wants to get more concessions from Iran and does not show flexibility. We must talk more and those parties that are trying to get our positions closer should try to get the Americans closer to our logical viewpoints," Amir-Abdollahian said.

He added that it is the US turn to show flexibility due to its internal problems, saying that Washington's oral acceptance of the two Iranian offers must turn into a text and it must show flexibility on one issue."

Upcoming days are important 

"The upcoming days are important days," the Iranian foreign minister emphasized, saying Tehran is ready to reach a conclusion through a foreign ministerial meeting and announce the final agreement if its view is accepted.

"It is the country's decision that if our red lines are respected, we will have no problem with reaching an agreement. One reason for prolonging the JCPOA revival talks is that we don't want to cross our red lines," he pointed out.

The United States only seeks to solve its problems, "but we do not want to finalize an agreement and then see that our red lines have not been observed. Through any possible agreement, something good must happen in the Iranian people's lives."

Four days of Vienna talks between representatives of Iran and the five remaining parties to the JCPOA to salvage the deal culminated on August 8 with a modified text on the table.

The Vienna talks resumed on August 4 after several months of impasse, and expert-level negotiations were held between Iran and the P4+1 group of countries.

While the European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell claimed the "final text" had been reached, Iran emphasized it had conveyed its "initial response and reservations" on the draft text.

In his remarks, Amir-Abdollahian said the country was  determined "not to tie the Vienna negotiations to people's livelihood, so we did not want to present an emotional agenda to the country; we wanted to show the real negotiations to the people."

The JCPOA is the outcome of months of efforts by Iran's Foreign Ministry, which "can also have many flaws as a document but what concerns us is verification which must be conducted," Amir-Abdollahian said. 


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