Tehran, September 3 (SO News/Agency) The Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that Tehran has given a “constructive” response to the American offer to restore the 2015 nuclear deal. has shown a completely different reaction.
According to Iran’s official broadcaster IRIB, the spokesman of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Kanani, said that Iran has submitted a written response which is constructive and which aims to finalize these negotiations.
Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian stressed that his country has shown “goodwill and seriousness” to reach a strong and stable agreement. But the US State Department has expressed different reactions to this answer.
A US State Department spokesperson said on Thursday that they confirm that Iran’s response has been received through the European Union, but unfortunately it is not constructive.
According to IRIB, Iran’s response was sent by EU policy chief Josep Borrell, who is the organizer of the talks. However, no further details were given in this regard. After 16 months of indirect talks between Iran and the United States, Josep Borrell said on August 8 that the European Union had made a final offer to remove the roadblock to revitalizing the deal.
It should be noted that under the 2015 deal, Iran limited its nuclear program, in response to which sanctions imposed by the United States, the European Union and the United Nations were eased. But in 2018, former US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from this agreement. He was of the opinion that Iran was greatly benefited in this. They reimposed sanctions on Iran, after which Iran resumed nuclear activities that were restricted under the deal.
Israel and the United States fear that Iran wants to develop a nuclear bomb, but Iran denies these allegations. If US President Joe Biden returns to the deal, the US will ease sanctions on Iran and lift former President Trump’s sanctions on Iranian oil sales.
Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian said in Moscow on Wednesday that Iran needs a permanent guarantee from the United States to restore the nuclear deal.
He did not specify what “concrete guarantees” meant, but during months of talks with Washington in Vienna, Tehran has asked for guarantees that any future US president would sign a deal. will not withdraw, as former President Donald Trump did in 2018.
The Iranian foreign minister further said that the UN Atomic Energy Agency will have to stop “politically motivated research” regarding Iran’s nuclear program.