Iran has reached an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency, to continue to allow it to inspect its nuclear sites for the next three months-delaying the deadline for the lifting of Iran’s sanctions from the United States.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (Javad Zarif) made the above decision in a speech on news television on Sunday, reiterating that the United States must take the first step to lift all sanctions before it can resume the joint comprehensive action plan. (JCPOA) stipulated conditions. , Also known as the Iran Nuclear Agreement.
Zarif said: “The United States will not be able to rejoin the nuclear agreement until the sanctions are lifted.”
Secretary of State Anthony Brinken often said the opposite, insisting that Iran must rejoin the agreement before the sanctions are lifted, which means that it is a deadlock currently which country makes concessions first.
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However, there are signs this week that the Biden administration is already in talks with Iran-National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan confirmed that Blinken is in contact with Tehran regarding the American hostages, and the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that it has passed The Swiss Embassy made contact.
The statement aroused concerns that the Biden administration might make concessions to restore compliance in Iran.
Brinken also stated in his speech on Monday that he is seeking to “extend and strengthen” the Iran agreement, including ballistic missile tests and “destabilizing the region,” which are measures that Iran has ruled out.
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Since the United States withdrew and imposed sanctions by former President Donald Trump in 2018, Iran has been gradually violating the conditions for reaching the 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers. The agreement aims to prevent Iran from manufacturing nuclear weapons, which Iran has expressed its unwillingness to manufacture.
President Biden has stated that he is ready to talk about the two countries’ return to the agreement, despite differences in who takes the first step, and Zarif said the United States is obsessed with sanctions.
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“Biden claimed that Trump’s policy of greatest pressure was the greatest failure… but they did not change this policy. [toward Iran]Zarif said: “The United States is addicted to pressure, sanctions and bullying… it will not work for Iran.”
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani spoke with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday. According to reports, Erdogan told Iranian leaders that there is currently a window of opportunity to lift US economic sanctions from the Islamic Republic.