AmirAbdollahian: Vienna Talks will be Resumed Next Week
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian says his country will resume nuclear talks in Vienna next week.
On Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian was quoted in a closed meeting as saying that Iran will follow a "step by step" policy in the Vienna talks resuming next week.
In a statement to the Fars News Agency, Iranian MP Alireza Mirsalimi stressed that the Americans "must prove their good intentions and credibility before negotiations."
AmirAbdollahian emphasized that the course of nuclear negotiations will be separated from the course of the country's economy, which the current government will not abandon.
In regards to the International Atomic Agency, Mirsalimi stated that AmirAbdollahian announced Iran's intentions to act in accordance with the Strategic Action Plan to Lift Sanctions and Protect Iranian Nation's Interest.
Earlier, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan expressed to Israeli allies that the current administration believes "diplomacy is the best path" in reference to the upcoming Vienna talks aimed at deterring Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry had announced that Iran will soon be rejoining the talks before November, after their suspension last June.
Six rounds of talks were held between Iran and international powers, including France, in Vienna during the period between April and June, in an attempt to revive the nuclear agreement.