“The Joint Commission will be chaired by the Deputy Secretary-General and Political Director of the European High-level External Action Service, Erique Mora, on behalf of the European Union High Representative Josep Borrell. China, France, Germany, Russia and Representatives of the United Kingdom will attend the meeting of the joint committee. And Iran.” the statement said.
“Participants will discuss the prospects for the United States to return to the JCPOA and how to ensure that all parties fully and effectively implement the agreement.”
In 2018, Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from the JCPOA transaction, which was designed to contain Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for sanctions. The current US President Biden has stated that once Tehran resumes full compliance with the agreement’s restrictions on nuclear development, the United States will rejoin the nuclear agreement.
US State Department spokesperson Ned Price told reporters in Washington on Thursday: “Obviously, we welcome this as a positive step.” “We have been clear for a few weeks, and we are ready to resume our JCPOA Keeping promises is the same as Iran.”
Price added: “We have also been discussing the best way to achieve this with our partners in P5 + 1 and other regions, and we are open to this.”
“We are always looking for options to do this, including indirect dialogue through our European partners.”