EU says talks with Iran 'positive enough' to reopen nuclear negotiations

May 14, 2022 View Original Article
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53% : The EU's Foreign Policy Chief said he believed there had been enough progress during consultations between his envoy and Iranian officials in Tehran this week to re-launch nuclear negotiations after two months of deadlock.
46% : Josep Borrell, High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Relations and Security Policy, in Brussels, Belgium on May 10, 2022 [Dursun AydemirAnadolu Agency]The European Union, on Friday, said it believed it had breathed fresh life into stalled efforts to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, but both Iran and the United States put the onus on the other to compromise and there was no date set for new talks, Reuters reports.
46% : Speaking as Enrique Mora, the EU diplomat who coordinates the talks, returned to Europe from Tehran, Josep Borrell said Iran's response had been "positive enough" after Mora had delivered a message that things could not continue as they were.
38% :READ: EU Chief Negotiator on Iran nuclear deal briefly detained by German police"It has gone better than expected - the negotiations were stalled, and now they have been re-opened," Borrell said.
36% :"Iran needs to decide whether it insists on extraneous conditions and whether it wants to conclude a deal quickly ...
36% : It's now up to Iran," said the US spokesperson on condition of anonymity.
36% : Asked if Iran still demanded the removal of the IRGC from the FTO list, the US spokesperson replied: "We are not negotiating in public, but the bottom line is that there is no deal and no certainty of one."
29% : Mora was in Tehran this week in what has been described as the last chance to salvage the 2015 Accord, which then US President Donald Trump withdrew from in 2018.

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