US welcomes meeting between Iran nuclear deal countries

US welcomes meeting between Iran nuclear deal countries
US welcomes meeting between Iran nuclear deal countries
OThe United States considered that the meeting between the countries that form part of the Joint Action, but without the presence of Washington, it is an important step and that and Iran will respect the conditions of 2015, following the announcement of a meeting between the countries that are part of the Iranian nuclear agreement.

“This is a positive step,” said the United States diplomacy spokesman (USA), Ned Price, at a press conference.

The European Union has announced that it will organize a meeting on Friday by videoconference of the States that form part of the Joint Plan for Action, set up in 2015 to prevent Tehran from acquiring and promoting nuclear weapons production, to discuss the “perspective of a possible return of USA“.

Former President of the United States, Republican Donald Trump, ‘tore up’ the deal in 2018 and reimps Washington’s sanctions against Tehran.

In response to the American move, Iran lifted the restrictions it agreed and resumed the nuclear program.

However, the current American President Democrat Joe Biden, announced that it is prepared to return to the agreement if Tehran does its part and re-impose the 2015 nuclear development restrictions.

Despite efforts to Biden, Iranian officials have refused to meet with US diplomacy.

For that reason, Washington will not be represented at the meeting that takes place on Friday.

“We are prepared to return [ao acordo] in full respect of our commitments, “along the same lines as 2015,” if Iran does the same, “added Ned Price.

O Flat Set of Action was signed on 14 July of 2015, in Vienna (Austria), Iran and the countries permanently represented on the United Nations Security Council (USA, Russia, France, the United Kingdom and China), as well as Germany, and aims to restrict Tehran’s ability to produce nuclear weapons.

The possibility that Iran, a country in the Middle East under a Shiite regime and ultraconservative, developing nuclear weapons worried Washington and Brussels, as it could put at risk the allies that the European Union and the USA have in that region.

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