Nuclear: Iran demands guarantees to accept the final text of the agreement

Nuclear: Iran demands guarantees to accept the final text of the agreement

Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, Ali Baghéri Kani, in Vienna on December 3.

Iran is ready to accept the final text worked out in Vienna to salvage the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, provided it comes with a number of safeguards, it said. the official IRNA agency on Friday.

This statement comes as the major powers await a response from Tehran to a proposed agreement submitted on July 26 by the leader of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell.

The European Union's proposals are acceptable provided they provide guarantees to Iran on various points, IRNA said, quoting an Iranian diplomat, without revealing his name. /p>

And to cite international sanctions, guarantees that the United States will not challenge the agreement and outstanding cases with the International Security Agency. #x27;atomic energy (IAEA).

After several months of blocking, diplomats from all parties (Iran, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom and Germany) returned to the Austrian capital on August 4 for yet another attempt to save, under the x27;aegis of the EU, the agreement reached in 2015.

The pact aims to ensure the civilian character of Iran's nuclear program, accused to seek to acquire atomic weapons, despite its denials.

But after the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from the agreement in 2018, at the instigation of Donald Trump and the reinstatement of American sanctions, Tehran gradually freed itself from its obligations.

The objective of the talks, in which the United States is participating indirectly, is to put the process back on track.

Tuesday, the Spokesman for the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, urged Tehran and Washington to take a quick decision on the final compromise worked out in Vienna, indicating that it was a proposal to be taken or leave.

A major obstacle remains: Iran is asking the IAEA to close the question of undeclared sites, where traces of enriched uranium had been found.

On Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian called on the IAEA to fully address this matter by technical means and to abandon irrelevant political questions.

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