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).
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 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 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 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.