Iran nuclear faster than Vienna talks

Iran nuclear faster than Vienna talks
Iran nuclear faster than Vienna talks
A US official revealed to Foreign Policy that if the slow pace of negotiations continues in Vienna, Washington may be forced to reconsider the agreement with Iran.

The US official pointed out that the pace of negotiations in Vienna does not keep pace with the progress of Iran’s nuclear program.

The US official confirmed to Foreign Policy that the Vienna talks on the Iran nuclear deal have made “some progress” in recent weeks, but not enough for open negotiations.

This comes at a time when Tel Aviv has expressed its anger over the course of the negotiations so far, as Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett confirmed that his country is not bound by any agreement with Iran.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett reiterated his rejection of the timely talks to revive the nuclear agreement with Iran, stressing that his country will maintain its full movement to deter Iran from acquiring nuclear capabilities.

He continued, “Iran is at the forefront of our challenges. Iran is the head of an octopus that runs towards all our borders” through its proxies and weapons. We are day and night against Iran and its proxies.”

A week ago in Vienna, indirect talks between Iran and the United States resumed to save the 2015 nuclear deal. On Friday, the French foreign minister said progress had been made, although time was running out.

Israel had called on world powers to maintain a credible military option against Iran while seeking to reach an agreement.

Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that the atmosphere of optimism in the Vienna talks resulted from the will of all negotiators to reach a “credible and stable agreement.”

For his part, Russia’s representative to international organizations in Vienna, Mikhail Ulyanov, said that he discussed with the European Union coordinator for the Vienna negotiations, Enrique Mora, ways to speed up talks to revive the Iranian nuclear agreement and lift sanctions.

Ulyanov confirmed that he also met with Iran’s chief negotiator, “Ali Bagheri”, and exchanged with him views and assessment on a whole set of contentious issues that must be settled to ensure the revival of the agreement and the lifting of sanctions.

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