The United States on Wednesday (27) urged Iran to show “good faith” in negotiating a speedy resumption of the nuclear deal, following the Islamic Republic ‘s agreement to return to the negotiating table in Vienna next month.
Tehr has agreed to resume talks in Vienna – suspended from June – after talks with EU mediators in Brussels over Iran’s foreign minister in charge of the nuclear deal.
“We have agreed to start negotiations by the end of November. The date will be announced next week,” Bageri said on Twitter.
“This window will not always be open until Iran continues its provocative nuclear activities, so we hope they will come to Vienna to negotiate quickly and in good faith,” a US State Department spokesman said.
The talks “should focus on closing a small number of issues that were pending at the end of the sixth round of talks in June,” he added.
“We also make it clear that this window will not always be open because Iran continues to carry out provocative nuclear activities, so we hope they will come to Vienna to negotiate quickly and in good faith,” the U.S. official said.
Former President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of a nuclear deal with Iran in 2018 and imposed severe sanctions, prompting Deer to accelerate its nuclear development.
Incumbent President Joe Biden has repeatedly offered to return to the 2015 nuclear deal, but shows growing frustration at the long delay as a new hardline government settles in Tehran.