US State Department says JCPOA deal can be reached within days
The United States' State Department believes that a deal in the Vienna Talks can be reached if Iran shows 'seriousness'.
The United States State Department said it believes that a deal can be reached in the Vienna Talks, Department Spokesperson Jalina Porter said on Thursday.
The spokesperson said that a mutual deal to return to revive the JCPOA "can and should be struck within days", albeit on the condition that Iran demonstrates a serious approach, according to Porter.
"If Iran shows seriousness, we can and should reach an understanding on mutual return to full implementation of the JCPOA within days," she told a press briefing.
Information suggest high chances of a deal in Vienna: Al Mayadeen
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported that information from more than one source suggest a deal will be reached soon in the Vienna Talks.
According to the Russian delegate, Mikhail Ulyanov, the Vienna Talks "are almost over", and two issues remain outstanding, which can be resolved in the next 24 to 48 hours.
The Iranian delegation's advisor in Vienna Mohammad Marandi also tweeted saying that after 11 months of talks, it's only natural that an agreement would be close.
It is only natural to be close to the final agreement after 11 months of long and difficult talks. However, it requires an extra effort to resolve a couple of important remaining issues, before one can say the negotiations are done.— Seyed Mohammad Marandi (@s_m_marandi) March 3, 2022
Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. pic.twitter.com/oZSptayvO9