US, EU disappointed in Iran nuclear deal: ‘No progress’

Iranian negotiator Ali Bakery Gani (right) speaks with EU chief negotiator Enrique Mora (left). © AFP

Two days after the international nuclear deal with Iran in Qatar, the United States and the European Union have expressed disappointment. They say there is very little progress.

Source: Belka

US Ambassador to Iran Robert Malley and Iranian negotiator Ali Bakery began indirect talks with the European Union on Tuesday in Doha to block Vienna’s talks on Iran’s nuclear program. The talks, which began in April 2021, are aimed at reuniting the United States with the Iran nuclear deal signed in 2015, and Iran must abide by all the terms of that agreement.

Former President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from the agreement in 2018, which was signed with China, Russia, Germany, France and the United Kingdom, following the realization that Tehran was no longer bound by the terms of the agreement and its nuclear weapons. The program is expanded.

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“Indirect talks in Doha are over, and we are disappointed that Iran has again refused to respond favorably to the EU initiative, and no progress has been made as a result,” a US State Department spokesman said. He said Iran was not ready to make a fundamental decision on whether to revive the agreement.

The EU is also disappointed. “Unfortunately this is not the progress that the EU Committee Coordinator has hoped for. We will continue to work with even more urgency to get the important agreement on decentralization and regional stability back on track,” Chief Adviser Enrique Mora said on Twitter.

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Iran says it is serious about its commitment to concluding a deal, but does not want to cross the Red Fort.

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