Iranian FM requests assurance from Iran in nuclear discussions

(MENAFN) The Iranian foreign minister has reassured that the assurance problem is so vital to Iran in the discussions on the recovery of the 2015 nuclear agreement, Xinhua mentioned in a report.

Hossein Amir Abdollahian made the comments in a new meeting with the U.S. National Public Radio (NPR), the transcript of which was issued by the Iranian Foreign Ministry on its website.

"The current situation was created by former U.S. President Donald Trump, and incumbent U.S. President Joe Biden has, like Trump, imposed on average one or two sanctions against Iran on a monthly basis, during its indirect participation in the nuclear negotiations over the past months," Amir Abdollahian informed NPR.

He stated that "We maintain that diplomacy is the solution and are serious and persistent about reaching a robust and lasting agreement."

The Iranian foreign minister went further on, “We are ready to exchange prisoners any time the American side expresses its preparedness."


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