Iran has called on the United States to be flexible in coming to an agreement on its nuclear program. The country made this call by clarifying its position in response to the final draft of the European Union to maintain relations with the international community.
The United States has warned Iran not to make excessive demands on its nuclear program. The White House has made it clear that Tehran will not be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons by any means. News from CNN.
Various activities are underway to restart the historic Iran nuclear deal signed in 2015. Tehran has held meetings with the international community to conclude the agreement. The European Union has also drawn up a ‘final’ draft to sustain the nuclear deal.
Iran clarified its position on the EU’s final draft on Monday. Citing an official, Reuters reported that Tehran called on the United States to show flexibility in solving multiple problems.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian expressed optimism about the agreement.
Meanwhile, the United States has said it is ready to immediately sign an agreement to return to the previous agreement based on the proposal of the European Union. However, Washington has warned Iran not to make excessive demands on its nuclear program if it is to renegotiate the deal. The White House has made it clear that Tehran will not be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons under any circumstances.
In 2015, the United States, Russia, United Kingdom, China, France and Germany signed a nuclear deal with Iran. However, Washington withdrew from the agreement in 2018. After that, Tehran increased its nuclear program. After Biden took office, the United States resumed work on the deal. Following this, Iran again started negotiations with Western countries.
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