Monday December 27, 2021

Iran Says Vienna Nuclear Talks to Restart Around Joint Document

TEHRAN: The eighth round of Iran nuclear talks are starting on Monday in Vienna, Austria.

Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian told the reporters in Tehran in this regard that the fresh round of talks is based on a new joint document that incorporates key Iranian demands such as guarantees and verification on the lifting of sanctions.

The eighth-round of the negotiations aimed at restoring Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers is beginning after a 10-day pause following the end of the previous talks that began in late November.

Meanwhile, Iran has claimed that the US-led alliance promised to allow oil export to Tehran as negotiations on restoring the nuclear deal is going to resume in Vienna.

Talking to reports in Tehran on Monday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that Iran’s main focus in the talks will be the lifting of all US sanctions that guarantees Tehran’s unhindered ability to export its oil

He said that Iran wants the upcoming round of talks to focus on achieving full access to oil revenue without any barriers.

Iranian diplomat said its negotiating team is ready to remain in Vienna until whenever necessary to reach a good deal.

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