The leaders of the United States, Germany, France and Britain met today (Saturday) on the sidelines of the G20 meetings to discuss the nuclear deal with Iran. Upon entering the meeting, the President of the United States was asked, Joe BidenWhen talks with Iran will resume, he replied simply: “They should be renewed.”

At the end of the meeting, with the participation of President Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson And the President of France Emanuel Macron Participants made a statement to the media. It made it clear that they were urging the Iranian president to seize the opportunity and return to the nuclear talks “in good faith” to prevent a dangerous escalation.

The leaders added that they intend to return to previously agreed agreements, but that this will only be possible if Iran “changes direction”. According to them, the country’s nuclear progress prevents a return to the agreement. Meanwhile, the four expressed concern about the accelerated pace of provocative measures by Iran.

Alongside this, the President of Iran Ibrahim Raisi Said this week that the West was unable to make a decision regarding the resumption of nuclear talks between Tehran and the powers. He said his country remained committed to the agreement, but America and the Europeans remained stuck as they failed to make a decision.

By Editor

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