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FM to Borrell: Iran resolute in reaching lasting deal in Vienna
Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Iran is determined to reach a strong and lasting agreement in Vienna talks that aim to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.
China: US should make political decision on JCPOA
Iran resolute to secure ‘good agreement’: FM
Iran will return to Vienna only to finalize nuclear deal
Iran said Monday it will only return to Vienna in order to finalize an agreement to revive the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, with the last steps dependent on the United States.
Pause in talks may give ‘momentum’ for resolving issues
Iran critical of US new demands in JCPOA revival
No ‘external factors’ can affect Iran’s interests in Vienna: FM
Iran awaits ‘details’ of Russia’s demands
Iranian Oil Ministry will not wait for result of Vienna talks, Owji says
Iran's oil Minister Javad Owji underlined that his ministry will not wait for the result of the Vienna talks, adding, “We make our efforts to complete oil industry projects by using resources of Iranian banks and domestic companies as well as foreign companies.”
Security chief: Iran’s main strategy to render sanctions ineffective
Iran’s top security official said Wednesday the country’s main strategy is to create mechanisms to neutralize the sanctions it is facing in parallel with efforts to get them removed.
Iran says has plan B for Vienna talks
Iran on Tuesday warned the United States against “bluffs and blusters” in the Vienna talks on the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal, stressing that Tehran is willing to reach an agreement through negotiations but will not wait forever.
Iran’s top negotiator in Vienna with ‘clear agenda’ for deal
Tehran rejects 'politically-motivated' claims in JCPOA talks
Iran: No guarantee Vienna talks will cross finish line
FM: ‘Courageous, realistic’ decision needed to facilitate deal
Analyst: Best guarantee for Iran is ability to quickly return to current nuclear capability
Reports and comments about Iran's nuclear negotiations with the P4+1 group of countries in Austria’s capital indicate that the talks may have reached the final stage. Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian reiterated Iran's stance during his speech at the Munich Security Conference, underlining that the US Congress should issue a political statement in support of a probable agreement. We discussed the latest developments in a talk with Mostafa Khoshcheshm, an expert on international affairs. He believes that the most important guarantee for Iran is the ability of a speedy return to its current nuclear capabilities.

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