Iran's foreign minister said on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, nuclear talks should be meaningful
Iran's Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahi said that there should be a meaningful dialogue on the nuclear talks. He made the remarks on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Friday. He said negotiations to survive the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), must be "beneficial and meaningful".
Abdullahi said that at present the Iranian delegation has not had any talks with other parties of the JCPOA on the issue. He said that we have had individual and bilateral talks with different parties. Materials and ideas will be exchanged at the negotiating table after the review of the JCPOA dossier in Iran is completed. According to Pretr, Iran's foreign minister said that his country would soon return to the nuclear deal. He accused the Biden administration of sending conflicting messages. He said he wanted to join the 2015 nuclear talks, but that new sanctions have been imposed on Tehran and no positive action has been taken.
Let us tell you that there has been a deadlock in the talks between the US and Iran in connection with the nuclear deal. The US had said that it disagreed with some of Iran's key demands. US National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said that the decision to join the deal was to be taken by Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The United States is ready to rejoin the deal in a fair manner.
Speaking to ABC television, Sullivan said the two sides went a long way to revive the 2015 deal, but disagreed on some issues. Iran wants to remove US sanctions first, for which we are not ready. Talks have been going on in Vienna since April to revive the nuclear deal. In this, officials from Britain, France and Germany are negotiating on behalf of America.