New York (IP)- In a meeting with his Norwegian counterpart, Iran's foreign minister said that If the United States has the necessary goodwill, an agreement to revive Iran's nuclear deal is still available.

Iran PressAmerica: Hossein Amirabdollahian and Anniken Huitfeldt talked about the latest developments in bilateral, regional, and international relations.

Iran's top diplomat, while announcing the country's readiness to deepen and expand cooperation, emphasized the need to use the existing and diverse capacities of the two countries.

Regarding the negotiations to lift the sanctions, Amirabdollahian added that the agreement is still available if there was the necessary will from the US.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs added: The International Atomic Energy Agency should act based on its technical duties and responsibilities and distance itself from the political and dual approach regarding Iran's peaceful nuclear program.

For her part, the Foreign Minister of Norway emphasized the importance of cooperation between the two countries and the development of bilateral relations.

She emphasized her country's interest in solving Iran's nuclear issue and expanding cooperation. 


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