Iran resumes negations to regain JCPOA deal

(MENAFN) The representative for the Iranian administration, Ali Bahadori Jahromi, has stated that Tehran is in ongoing discussions to meet a deal to recover the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement.

Bahadori Jahromi stated in a meeting on Tuesday that “Talks over reviving the deal continue and the other side must abandon its excessive demands because a constructive path has been trodden.”

He also mentioned that “Four issues have been followed… which include guarantees, verification, sanctions removal, and the closure of Political allegations about safeguards issues. The Islamic Republic of Iran has not left the talks and will not leave the talks.”

Last month, Jahromi highlighted that Tehran mistrusts Washington and that the Iranian country has never forgotten the U.S.-led takeover 69 years ago.

To observe the 69th anniversary of the 1953 takeover, which was coordinated by American and British intelligence agencies on the administration of Premier Mohammad Mosaddeq, Bahadori Jahromi published on Twitter that "Three lessons of the 28 Mordad coup d'état remain forever in the minds of the Iranian people and are the criteria for Iranian politicians' decisions."

The official declared that "A strong and independent Iran is what the U.S. is frightened of."

He continued: "Trusting the United States in international affairs is pointless, and the approach to deal with this country should be with power, dignity, and adequate assurances."



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