Agreement on Iran nuclear deal – World

There is an agreement on reviving the international nuclear deal with Iran. “An agreement is being made,” said the EU ambassador, who is mediating between Iran and the five major powers trying to save the deal from being canceled by the United States.

After another round of talks between Iran and Russia, China, the United Kingdom, France and Germany, mediator Enrique Mora said, “I hope there will be a final agreement. We are on the right track and I think we will reach an agreement.” He says there is a “shared understanding of what is still needed” for the United States to return as a signatory, to lift sanctions against Iran and to reaffirm its commitments to Iran.

According to the Russian negotiator, all negotiators feel that way. Mikhail Ulyanov said they all see “good” or “significant” progress. He expressed hope that next week would be the final stage of the talks.

But the UK, Germany and France are somewhat optimistic. Success has not yet been confirmed, they believe. There are still some difficult issues to resolve, and Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have not yet arranged for future oversight of Iran’s nuclear program.

Iran, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, China and the European Union signed a nuclear deal in 2015 aimed at curbing Iran’s nuclear program. However, the last US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew his country from the agreement and decided to re-impose sanctions on Iran. His successor, Joe Biden, wants to rejoin the deal that came under President Barack Obama.

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After another round of talks between Iran and Russia, China, the United Kingdom, France and Germany, mediator Enrique Mora said, “I hope there will be a final agreement. We are on the right track and I think we will reach an agreement.” He says there is a “shared understanding of what is still needed” for the US to return as a signatory, for the lifting of sanctions on Iran and for reaffirming its commitments to Iran, according to the Russian negotiator. Mikhail Ulyanov said he hoped next week would be the final round of talks, but that the UK, Germany and France were somewhat optimistic. Not confirmed either, they believe. There are still some difficult issues to resolve, and Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have not yet arranged for future oversight of Iran’s nuclear program. Iran, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, China and the European Union signed a nuclear deal in 2015 aimed at curbing Iran’s nuclear program. However, the last US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew his country from the agreement and decided to re-impose sanctions on Iran. His successor, Joe Biden, wants to rejoin the deal that came under President Barack Obama.

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