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UK calls Iran to come on board to revive nuclear deal

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Britain has called on Iran to support a deal that would revive the international agreement combating the country’s nuclear activities, at a conference in London.

Under the original deal of 2015, Iran said it would fight its nuclear ambitions as opposed to other countries lifting economic sanctions.

The agreement collapsed when the United States withdrew in 2018, but President Joe Biden said it could join again.

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Talks are set to restart on November 29 in Vienna after a four-month hiatus.

Ahead of these talks, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister and Lead Negotiator, Ali Bagheri Kani, and the UK Foreign Minister came to determine his country’s demands.

At the meeting, Foreign Minister James Cleverly told his colleague that Iran should take the chance of the new communications to find a deal that he said was already on the table.

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The Iranians said only the nuclear deal was discussed, without specifying specifics.

They want the take note of the Vienna negotiations to be on lifting sanctions, and on getting US guarantees that they will not get out of the deal again.

The potential deal, which was discussed in June, focused on lifting sanctions against Iran, while also limiting its nuclear program.

What was agreed upon was what kind of sanctions, what kind of nuclear activities, and in what order and when.

Today’s meetings at the Foreign Ministry were an opportunity for Iran to suspend its stall from crucial talks later this month.

There will not be a great surge of optimism that these new talks will succeed in Vienna.

As time goes on, the value of the recovery of the nuclear agreement decreases – because it contains many time-limited provisions.

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