Nuclear power plant: Iran, ‘difficulties in Vienna but there is no stalemate’ – Last Hour

(See “Nuclear: Iran, the West does not agree to pacts” at 09:04) (ANSA) – TEHRAN, 14 FEB – “There is no setback in the talks currently underway to relaunch the nuclear deal but the negotiation has reached a serious point and for this reason it is difficult and complicated at this time “. This was stated by the spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of Tehran Saeed Khatibzadeh, according to reports from the IRNA agency, after having heard on the phone the chief negotiator for Iran Ali Bagheri Kani at a moment in Vienna engaged in negotiations on nuclear power with representatives of Russia , China, France, Great Britain and Germany.

“Now the talks focus on the remaining key questions and sensitive points on which other participants should make political decisions,” Khatibzadeh said, with an implicit reference to Tehran’s request to remove the sanctions imposed by the US when former President Donald Trump passed. withdraw the signature from the 2015 agreement. Since the talks resumed on November 29 in the Austrian capital there have not yet been direct contacts between Washington and Tehran but only an exchange of messages through EU mediation. (HANDLE).