Iran nuclear talks moving ‘too slowly to reach a result’ - France


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Iran nuclear talks moving ‘too slowly to reach a result’ - France
Every area of the deal has unresolved issues, sources say • EU, Russia still optimistic
Published: JANUARY 15, 2022

Nuclear talks with Iran are moving too slowly for an agreement, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Friday, as a source in Vienna said there were unresolved issues in every part of the negotiations. “This negotiation advances way too slowly to be able to reach a conclusion and there will be nothing more to negotiate if it continues like this,” Le Drian stated, while saying the success of the talks is “vital.”

“We now have to conclude and come to a decision: Either the Iranians want to complete this, in which case we have the impression that there will be flexibility in the Americans’ stance,” Le Drian said, “or they don’t want to complete this, and in that case, we will be faced with a major proliferation crisis.” A source close to the talks said that many issues in a range of areas remain unresolved in indirect talks between Iran and the United States on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

“In every single part of the [unfinished] paper [outlining a deal] there are issues that are still under consideration,” the source told reporters on Friday, adding that while negotiations are moving in the right direction, they “do not have all the time in the world.”


Lovin Jesus

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Iran never complied with the Obama nuclear deal and even if they agree to a new deal, a piece of paper won't guarantee Iran will comply this time.. This regime is very dishonest and can't be trusted.