According to Fars News Agency’s International Group, after US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken threatened to refuse Iran to return to the Vienna talks, other US officials reiterated these claims.
According to the news agency “ReutersAfter the stance of the US, UAE and Zionist ministers against Iran, several US officials threatened that if Tehran could not return to the nuclear deal, Washington would consider all options.
The unnamed US officials told Reuters that Washington’s preference was still for all parties, especially Iran, to return to fulfilling their nuclear commitments and adhering to the nuclear deal.
A Western diplomat said Wednesday night that the United States and its allies thought that the fastest possible resumption of the Vienna talks was in early October, which did not happen.
According to Reuters, one of the European troika diplomats also pointed to the acceleration of uranium enrichment in Iran to a higher degree of purity, saying: “The nuclear situation [ایران] “It has gotten worse and worse.”
The unnamed diplomat spoke about the visit of Enrique Mora, Deputy Foreign Minister European Union He also told Iran: “For the European troika, this trip is not a normal thing, but a meeting in the (deep) crisis in Barjam Is”.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Blykenken threatened that Washington was ready to resort to other options if Iran did not change course in the nuclear talks.
Russia’s envoy to the Vienna talks, Mikhail Ulyanov, said Thursday morning that the Vienna talks would no doubt resume soon, in response to remarks made by the EU’s deputy foreign policy chief. (More details)
Western countries, led by the United States and the Zionist regime, have in recent years accused Iran of pursuing military goals in its nuclear program. Iran has strongly denied these allegations.
Iran emphasizes that as a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency, it has the right to acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.
In addition, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors have visited Iran’s nuclear facilities several times but have never found any evidence that the country’s peaceful nuclear energy program is deviating from military purposes.
In addition, in 2015, Iran reached an agreement with the so-called P5 + 1 countries to resolve tensions over its nuclear program. Despite the International Atomic Energy Agency’s acknowledgment of Iran’s adherence to all of its obligations, the US government unilaterally withdrew from the agreement in May 2016.
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