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Irish FM voices ‘strong’ support for JCPOA ahead of Iran visit
Russia says ready to help revive nuclear deal in original form
Iran: Deal with IAEA, goodwill gesture in support of diplomacy
Russia working to defuse tensions over Iran nuclear program at IAEA session: Envoy
Iran will stop implementing Additional Protocol if nuclear deal terms not met
Russia urges US to show ‘political will’ by rejoining JCPOA
Zarif: Only Iran can set conditions over JCPOA
US must prove another withdrawal will not happen again
Zarif warns US over 'dangerous' delay in undoing wrongs
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the administration of US President Joe Biden for not moving fast to rectify wrong steps taken under former president Donald Trump.
US, European partners pledge to work together on Iran nuclear deal
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, along with French, German and British foreign ministers, on Friday discussed Iran as they seek to revive the Iran nuclear deal.
Zarif: US ‘must establish its bona fides’ to rejoin nuclear deal
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad said Monday said the United States first “must establish its bona fides” to come back to the 2015 nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Iran: Mere US signature won’t fix nuclear deal
US says seeking ‘longer and stronger’ agreement
Biden national security adviser suggests fast timeline to rejoin Iran deal
US President Joe Biden is eyeing an urgent restoration of the international nuclear deal with Iran as a first step to resolve the nuclear stalemate with the Islamic Republic, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Friday, suggesting a faster timeline than the new administration has previously outlined.
Iran, Russia support resumption of 2015 nuclear deal
Iran and Russia called for the resumption of the 2015 nuclear deal Tuesday, as their top diplomats held their first round of talks in Moscow since US President Joe Biden's took office earlier this month.
Iran envoy: Ball in US court to make first diplomatic move
Iran has no plans to hold talks with US President Joe Biden and is waiting for the new administration to take the first step to lift sanctions and return the United States to the 2015 multinational nuclear agreement, Tehran's UN ambassador told NBC News on Monday.
Iran: Biden won't have infinite time to rejoin nuclear deal
Iran on Tuesday warned that the window of opportunity will not remain open forever for the administration of new US President Joe Biden to lift the sanctions and return to compliance with the UN-endorsed nuclear deal that his predecessor quit in 2018.
Iran has ‘no intention’ to expel IAEA inspectors: Spokesman
Tehran seeks ‘responsible’ US return to nuclear deal
Iran ‘not interested’ in direct contacts with new US administration
Zarif: ‘Window of opportunity’ for Biden will not be open forever

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