The Iranian government announced on Monday that the talks in Vienna on the 2015 nuclear deal at the beginning of November without further details and after the termination of contacts in June with a view to the inauguration of the new president, the ultra-conservative Embrahim Raisi.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Said Jatibzadé said later that “he doesn’t think it will take more than 90 days after Raisi’s inauguration” to resume talks that would take place in early November. without giving further details.
“As soon as the talks and the procedures are over, we will not waste an hour,” said Jatibzadé, who stressed that “the (negotiating) team has changed after Raisi came to power,” said the Iranian agency.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hosein Amirabdolahian said in late September that talks on the nuclear deal could resume “very soon” but accused the US of sending “negative messages” and made it clear that the concept would be “soon” for Tehran and Tehran Western countries are different.
Iran has announced that it will withdraw its commitments on several points of the deal after the United States unilaterally left the pact in 2018, despite the fact that the Iranian authorities have argued that if the United States lifts the sanctions and, these steps can be reversed return the agreement.