After the Iranian Foreign Ministry announced today, Monday, that it is ready to resume the nuclear negotiations that have been stalled since last June, Russia confirmed that the shortest way to revive the nuclear agreement is for Washington and Tehran to return to their commitments, under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and Resolution 2231 of the Council Security.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced in a comment posted on the ministry’s website today that “her country has the sincere intention to support this,” according to what was reported by the Russian “Novosti” agency.
Also, she added that Russia calls on all of its partners in the nuclear deal, including Iran, along with representatives of the United States, to “return to the negotiating table as soon as possible and reach an agreement on the basis of the understandings and elements that have been made.” crystallized them in the period from April to last June.”
Iran is ready to resume negotiations
Today, Iran announced that it is ready to resume nuclear talks The foreign ministry spokesman, Saeed Khatibzadeh, confirmed, according to what was reported by local media, that his country is ready
In turn, the representative of Russia to international organizations in Vienna, Mikhail Ulyanov, commented later on that The statements, considering it a very encouraging sign for the resumption of nuclear negotiations. #Iran. The resumption of the #ViennaTalks is long-awaited. The break between the sixth and the seventh round of negotiations (since June 20) is taking too long. It is high time to get back to the negotiation table. https://t.co/NvOYjHrUfM
— Mikhail Ulyanov (@Amb_Ulyanov) September 13, 2021
He added that the time between the sixth and seventh round of those negotiations, which had not yet taken place, was very long, urging their speedy resumption.
It is noteworthy that Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency announced yesterday, Sunday, that they had reached an agreement to re-grant international inspectors access to surveillance cameras at Iranian nuclear sites.
This came in a joint statement issued by the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, and the head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, Mohammad Eslami, following talks between them in Tehran.
While Grossi considered that this temporary agreement might open a hole in the wall of the Vienna negotiations, which have been stalled for months.
It is noteworthy that talks to revive the nuclear agreement were launched last April, but after Six rounds, if you reach solutions to some of the outstanding core issues, especially between Tehran and Washington.