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Iran claims that the U.S. refuses to guarantee that it will not withdraw from the nuclear agreement

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Iran claims that the U.S. refuses to guarantee that it will not withdraw from the nuclear agreement and that the negotiations cannot continue indefinitely

Hangzhou Net Release time: 2021-07-30 18:13

Reference News Network reported on July 30. According to a report from Reuters on July 28 in Dubai, Iran’s supreme leader announced on Wednesday that Tehran would not accept Washington’s “stubborn” request for the resumption of the 2015 nuclear agreement negotiations, saying that the United States did not guarantee it. The agreement will never be annulled again.

Iranian National Television quoted Khamenei as saying: “The Americans’ behavior is extremely cowardly and vicious. They have violated the nuclear agreement and withdrew from the agreement without paying any price. Now they have clearly stated that they cannot guarantee. This situation will not happen again.”

The report also said that the sixth round of indirect talks between Tehran and Washington was suspended on June 20. The negotiating parties have not yet announced when the next round of negotiations will begin.

According to a Reuters report from Kuwait City on July 29, US Secretary of State Brinken said on the 29th that the negotiation process with Iran aimed at resuming the 2015 nuclear agreement cannot continue indefinitely, and the decision power lies with Iran.

He said at a press conference in Kuwait City: “We have made it clear that we sincerely hope to restore mutual compliance with this nuclear agreement… The decision has always been on Iran’s side, and we will see if they are ready. To make the decision needed to return to the agreement.”

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According to reports, the parties involved in the negotiations have not yet stated when they may resume negotiations.

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