Iran is in talks with world powers over the return of the United States to a nuclear deal

The US return to the nuclear deal with Iran looks another step closer. Tomorrow Iran will meet digitally with China, Russia, France, Germany and the United Kingdom to discuss the US position. Until now, Iran has detained the boat to re-establish the agreement.

According to various sources, preliminary talks between Iran and European countries have already taken place, according to Reuters. The Iranian proposal to break the deadlock will be discussed tomorrow. The United States has said it welcomes the meeting.

‘Bad deal ever’

In 2015, Iran signed a nuclear deal with five countries, which will talk tomorrow, as well as with the United States and the European Union. The agreement means that Iran will enrich uranium to a lesser extent and allow international nuclear researchers in exchange for relief from sanctions.

The United States withdrew from the nuclear deal under President Donald Trump. Trump called his predecessor Obama the “worst deal”. Subsequently, Iran no longer felt compelled to comply with the terms of the agreement and decided to enrich uranium back to higher levels. Trump’s successor Joe Biden wants the United States to be part of the deal again.

New centrifuge

However, Iran did not care. The country wanted the United States to take the first step in lifting sanctions. However, the United States wanted to change Iran’s uranium enrichment. To increase pressure, Iran decided in late February to stop allowing the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to inspect inspectors for undeclared checks.

It was also announced today that the IAEA has determined that Iran has instituted a new decentralization process at its new nuclear reactor at Nadan. This allows uranium to enrich faster.

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