(Worthy News) – Three European powers said on December 14 that talks with Iran to revive the 2015 nuclear deal are “rapidly reaching the end of the road,” while Tehran accused Western powers of playing a “blame game.”
The comments suggest talks between Iran and the remaining parties to the agreement — Britain, France, Germany, China, and Russia – are nearing collapse some two weeks after they resumed in Vienna after a five-month hiatus, with the United States participating indirectly.
“Iran has walked back hard-fought compromises reached after many weeks of challenging negotiations, while at the same time presenting additional maximalist demands,” France’s ambassador to the United Nations, Nicolas de Riviere, said at the world body, reading a joint statement from Britain, France, and Germany — known as the E3. [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More…) ]
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