Iran Nuclear Talks
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Rafael Mariano Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency described his weekend visit to Tehran as a means 'to address outstanding questions' as negotiators appear to be reaching a deadline to see if the 2015 accord can be revived
Tehran has been engaged since last year in talks with the five other world powers still part of the agreement, which offered sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme
Experts say that even if Iran were forced to give up its uranium stockpile or halt its research, the expertise it has gained cannot be taken away
Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said the IAEA were 'under the influence of powerful countries' which 'finance them and in exchange apply pressure on them'
The accord between Iran and six world powers to find a solution to the crisis over its controversial nuclear programme has been stalled since former US president Donald Trump walked out in May 2018
The Vienna talks aimed at reviving the deal were suspended in June, when Iran elected ultraconservative Ebrahim Raisi as president
'New energy' at Iran nuclear talks as diplomats reconvene; agreement possible in coming weeks, says US
The aim of the talks is a return to full compliance with the 2015 accord, known as the JCPOA, which has been slowly disintegrating since the US under Donal Trump withdrew from it in 2018
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told a newspaper she would be prepared to become involved in a diplomatic initiative to end the North Korean nuclear and missiles programme, and suggested the Iran nuclear talks could be a model.
Iran will continue nuclear talks with world power under Ayatollah Khamenei's guidelines, says Rouhani
Tehran will continue nuclear talks with the six world powers under the guidelines of supreme leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday.
Iran has boosted its team in charge of nuclear talks with world powers, adding what are believed to be hard-liners and conservatives in an apparent effort to silence critics of the landmark interim accord reached in Geneva in November.
Iran struck a historic nuclear deal Sunday with the United States and five other world powers. Here are some key points in the agreement and why they matter for Iran and the international community.
The United States and Iran secretly engaged in a series of high-level, face-to-face talks over the past year, in a high-stakes diplomatic gamble by the Obama administration that paved the way for the historic deal sealed early Sunday in Geneva.
Negotiators set low expectations for the latest round of high-level diplomatic talks to begin on Tuesday in Kazakhstan.