Nuclear deal: US accepts European call for talks …

The United States has accepted the EU’s invitation to begin talks with Iran. European nations hope to restore the nuclear deal with Iran that erupted under former President Donald Trump. No response has been received so far from Iran.

Joseph Borel, High Representative for European Foreign Policy, invited the United States to a meeting between P5 + 1 and Iran. The group collects from the United States, Germany, China, France, the United Kingdom and Russia. A U.S. State Department spokesman said Borel wanted to convene a meeting “to find a better way forward on the nuclear deal.”

The P5 + 1 group and Iran reached an agreement in 2015 on Iran’s nuclear capability. Trump has always been a cold lover of the deal, and in 2018 the United States unilaterally pulled out of the deal.

Obstacles were re-measured

At the same time, Washington seems to have launched a fascinating offensive to bring Iran to the negotiating table. It was also announced on Thursday that the letter sent to the UN Security Council in September would be canceled, in addition to the announcement that the US would like to accept the European invitation. In the letter, it was announced that the UN Security Council would again impose international sanctions on Iran for failing to comply with the agreement. The other parties to the nuclear deal already announced in September that the letter was meaningless because Washington was not part of the deal.

Moreover, the restrictions on Iranian ambassadors to the UN in New York are being relaxed. Trump also imposed strict restrictions on Iranian ambassadors.

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