Joint Committee of the Nuclear Agreement meets Today
Within the sixth round of negotiations, Iran and the countries of the "4+1" group will hold a new meeting on Sunday to reach a final decision for the ongoing consultations on the nuclear agreement.
The Joint Committee of the Nuclear Agreement will hold a meeting today, Sunday, in Vienna, at 2:30 pm Tehran time (10 AM GMT), to reach a final version of the ongoing consultations within the sixth round of negotiations.
The meeting will be held between Iran and the countries of the "4+1" group (Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany) in the presence of the European Union representative, Enrique Mora.
It is scheduled to return the delegations to their capitals after the meeting for further consultations.
The 6th round of the Vienna negotiations started last Saturday.
Last Thursday, US State Department spokesman Ned Price confirmed that progress in the negotiations is taking place "in a good manner, in a way that ensures that the Iranian program is within the horizon specified in the agreement."
At the same time, Araqchi declared that "Iran will not reach consensus without achieving its basic demands." Previously, Araqchi ruled out reaching an agreement during the Sixth Vienna Negotiations.
Araqchi also denied, after the end of the 6th round of the joint committee meeting, that the Vienna talks had anything to do with the Iranian elections.
Vienna talks on the nuclear deal began in two separate hotels in the Austrian capital last April.
Talks are being held in the Austrian capital, Vienna, for the "4+1 group" that signed the nuclear agreement with Iran, at the level of political directors in the foreign ministries of these countries, to discuss the return of the United States to this agreement after its withdrawal from it in 2018.