Jun 2, 2021, 5:45 PM
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Deputy FM: Disputes not unresolvable in Vienna talks

Tehran, June 2, IRNA - Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araghchi emphasized on Wednesday that disputes in Vienna talks have reached a point where everyone believes they are not unresolvable.

In an interview before the meeting of the Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Wednesday evening, Araghchi said that the date for the return of the delegations to their countries will likely be decided at the Joint Commission meeting, adding that all delegations are determined and there is absolute seriousness.

He noted that disputes have reached a point where everyone believes that it is not impossible to be resolved, but details are important anyway, and their firm positions are important to be observed.

The date of the next meeting will be determined today, he said, adding that they will probably return to Vienna after a consultation in Tehran as in the past.

The Joint Commission is going to reconvene later today in Grand Hotel in Vienna, Austria, as the participants of the Iran nuclear deal, Iran, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the UK, are moving forward with the fifth round of talks to revive the deal.

The sessions will be chaired by EU foreign policy deputy chief Enrique Mora and the delegations will return to their capitals after the session for further consultations.

The talks are aimed at outlining a framework for the US to remove sanctions against Iran to be able to rejoin the JCPOA and for Iran to reverse compliance reduction steps originally taken to reciprocate the US withdrawal from the deal.


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