“If they start getting too close, too close to our comfort, then Of course we’re not ready to wait sitting downThe Special Envoy said in an interview with Rádio Pública Nacional, Without clarifying what is meant by “too close” or mentioning the options the Biden administration allows for it to operate against Iran. Today, Tuesday, the Israeli Finance Minister said he is convinced that Iran will become a nuclear state, with nuclear weapons, within a maximum period of five years. Mali made sure that this scenario would not be recognized by Washington.
After the United States abandoned a 2015 deal on Iran’s nuclear program under Donald Trump, Tehran said it was legitimate to go beyond the limits on uranium enrichment that had been imposed on it as a condition for a full return to the international community.
France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia and China are trying to persuade Iran to comply with the agreement New talks are scheduled for next Monday in Vienna, Austria, with the United States as regular observers.
Iran is demanding Washington to abandon sanctions imposed by Trump in 2018 that Biden has not yet lifted, as well as reassurances that Americans will not abandon the agreement again.
The Biden administration has warned that the window of opportunity to return to what was agreed upon in 2015 is closing, in light of the continuation of the Iranian nuclear program.
A clash between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency
Also, the Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi admitted on Wednesday that the organization was running out of time to reach an agreement to overcome contentious issues with Tehran.Especially with regard to inspections of nuclear power plants and their component plants.
Grossi met on Monday and Tuesday with senior Iranian officials to prepare for next week’s round of negotiations. “The discussions were constructive, but we could not reach an agreement despite all my efforts,” he told reporters on the first day of the meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors in Vienna, Austria.
After weeks of silence that Grossi described as “surprising,” the agency’s director was hoping for progress in Tehran. “unclear, We couldn’t progress‘, lament.
In direct contrast, Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, announced that his country has reached an understanding on the ongoing cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency A meeting will be held soon to finalize the text.
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