< p class="sc-v64krj-0 knjbxw">“The negotiation is over, this is the final text and it will not be renegotiated”, warned the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell.
The European Union expects Tehran and Washington to deliver a “swift decision” on the final compromise hammered out in Vienna to save the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, moribund since the United States pulled out, it said on Tuesday. the spokesman for the head of European diplomacy Josep Borrell.
Everything that could be negotiated was integrated into the final version of the text and it is now up to the signatory countries to take political decisions, explained Peter Stano.
It's yes or it's no, he insisted. There is no more space for further compromises, he asserted.
In his capacity as coordinator of the negotiations, Josep Borrell awaits decisive political decisions. He did not set a deadline, but we expect all participants to make this decision very quickly, he said.
In the event okay, Josep Borrell will convene a meeting of foreign ministers of the signatory countries, he recalled.
The negotiation is over, this is the final text […] and it will not be renegotiated, warned Monday evening Josep Borrell in a message posted on his Twitter account confirming the end of the talks organized in Vienna since April 2021.< /p>
The pact, known by its English acronym JCPOA, aims to guarantee the civilian character of Iran's nuclear program, accused of seeking to acquire atomic weapons despite his denials.
But following Donald Trump's 2018 unilateral U.S. withdrawal from the deal and the reinstatement of U.S. sanctions that are stifling its economy, Tehran has been gradually freeing itself from its obligations. .
Iran said it is studying the 25-page text. The compromise allows the United States to return to the agreement with the lifting of sanctions imposed on Tehran, provided that Iran respects its commitments and ceases to exceed the prescribed limits on enrichment and other nuclear activities, said Peter Stano.
The other signatories are Great Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia.
< p class="e-p">The 2015 agreement offered Iran relief from international sanctions in exchange for a strict limitation of its nuclear program, placed under strict control of the UN , and guarantees proving that he is not seeking to acquire the atomic bomb, as he has always claimed.