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Iran says it responds to EU proposal to revive nuclear deal


In an indication that the next round of talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal could come soon, Iran’s lead negotiator on Sunday said his country seeks a “swift conclusion” to the marathon negotiations.

Ali Bagheri, Iran’s deputy foreign minister, took to Twitter to announce that Tehran has responded to European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell’s new proposal to end the deadlock.

“We shared our proposed ideas, both on substance and form, to pave the way for a swift conclusion of Vienna negotiations,” Bagheri tweeted.

Last week, Borrell said he had proposed a new draft text to Iran to revitalize the accord, which the US unilaterally left in May 2018. Continue Reading


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