(Worthy News) – Negotiators from Iran and five world powers that are trying to revive a tattered 2015 nuclear deal will resume talks in Vienna next week, the European Union said Thursday, confirming that a new round will be officially launched on Monday.
The announcement comes just days after the seventh round of talks ended with a stalemate. The talks were marked by tensions over new demands from Tehran. They are chaired by EU diplomat Enrique Mora.
The EU said participants from Britain, France, Germany, China, Russia and Iran will resume their efforts on Monday. They had been interrupted to allow Iran’s chief negotiator to return home for consultations. The United States has participated indirectly in the ongoing talks because it withdrew from the accord in 2018 under then-President Donald Trump. President Joe Biden has signaled that he wants to rejoin the deal, but in recent weeks the administration has warned that time is running out and that Iran has not shown its seriousness. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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