Tehran remains ready to return to nuclear talks “very soon” but the administration of US President Joe Biden has sent a “negative signal" by failing to lift economic sanctions and imposing new sanctions against the Islamic Republic, Iran’s foreign minister told NBC News in an interview published on Friday.
Iran on Thursday dismissed the UN nuclear watchdog's work as "unprofessional" and "unfair" shortly before the two sides are due to hold talks over a claim that uranium particles had been found at three different locations in the country.
Venezuelan government and opposition representatives said they reached partial agreement during talks in Mexico City as part of a roadmap drawn up to tackle the once prosperous country's long-running crisis.
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi dismissed the idea of holding negotiations over the revival of the 215 Iran nuclear deal under pressure, saying such tactics have never yielded the US and Europe any results.
The assistant to Iran’s foreign minister and director general for the Persian Gulf affairs of the Foreign Ministry expressed the country’s intention to cooperate at a maximum level with all its neighbors, saying Tehran-Riyadh ties will be in the interests of the entire region and the Muslim world.
A senior Iranian lawmaker said the previous framework for conducting multilateral negotiations in the Austrian capital to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, was flawed and the talks must continue on a new platform.