Iran FM: Vienna Talks Proceeding with Seriousness
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian says Tehran is seeking "rational, sober, and result-oriented dialogue" in Vienna.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian said Wednesday the Vienna talks are proceeding seriously, stressing that sanctions removal is their fundamental priority.
A good deal, AmirAbdollahian said, is within reach "if the West shows goodwill." He added that he is in daily contact with Iran's top negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani.
#ViennaTalks proceeding with seriousness and sanctions removal as fundamental priority.— H.Amirabdollahian امیرعبداللهیان (@Amirabdolahian) December 1, 2021
Expert talks are continuing too.
In daily contact with top negotiator @Bagheri_Kani.
Good deal within reach if the West shows good will. We seek rational, sober & result-oriented dialogue.
Al Mayadeen's Vienna correspondent reported Wednesday that talks in yesterday's session concentrated on the Iran nuclear program and enrichment level, noting that "Iran's message was clear that nuclear activity will not be put on hold during negotiations."
He added that the US attempted to pressure the EU so that Iran would present a plan on its nuclear program.
Khatibzadeh: “Israel” Lying to "Poison" Negotiations in Vienna
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh said Wednesday “Israel” had been trying to "poison" the negotiation process in Vienna on the restoration of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) by spreading false news about Iran.
Israeli regime whose existence relies on tension is at it again, trumpeting lies to poison Vienna talks.— Saeed Khatibzadeh | سعید خطیبزاده (@SKhatibzadeh) December 1, 2021
All parties in the room now face a test of their independence & political will to carry out the job— irrespective of the fake news designed to destroy prospects for success.
Before the resumption of nuclear talks in Vienna, "Israel" is asking the major powers to condition the continuation of talks with Iran, the Israeli Kan TV has lately reported.
A European source told Kan, "Every day the negotiations with Iran pass, the matter becomes more complicated, and so is the possibility of reaching an agreement." The report added that "'Israel' is making diplomatic efforts not only to prevent a return to a nuclear agreement but also not to return to an interim agreement.