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Negotiations on to save Iran nuclear deal

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They reflect the shared determination of all participants in the agreement and the United States to swiftly reach a diplomatic solution that will make it possible to preserve the JCPOA. Despite the many technical and political obstacles that we will have to overcome in order to achieve this goal, this first week of work was a positive start,’ European Union said in an official statement.

Vienna, April 13: The Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs said that the discussions in Vienna on facilitating the return of Iran and the United States to full compliance with the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) are taking place in a constructive manner.

“They reflect the shared determination of all participants in the agreement and the United States to swiftly reach a diplomatic solution that will make it possible to preserve the JCPOA. Despite the many technical and political obstacles that we will have to overcome in order to achieve this goal, this first week of work was a positive start,’ European Union said in an official statement.

EU diplomat Enrique Mora called the talks “constructive and results-oriented.” Permanent Representative of Russia to International Organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov said JCPOA participants “noted with satisfaction the initial progress made.”

“In this context, it is even more important for Iran to refrain from any further violation of its nuclear commitments which could jeopardize the current dynamic, as the minister reiterated to his Iranian colleague during their exchange on April 3,’ it added.

Negotiatoions between the representatives from major world powers and Iranian officials are taling place on the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in Vienna.

“The United States team put forward a very serious idea and demonstrated a seriousness of purpose on coming back into compliance if Iran comes back into compliance,” a top US State Department official in the talks told reporters Friday. The official said the US is now waiting for Iran to reciprocate its efforts.

The European External Action Service (EEAS) said in a press release earlier that participants would “take stock of the discussions held at various levels this week, including the relevant expert groups, in the view of a possible return of the United States and to ensure the full and effective implementation of the JCPOA by all sides.”

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