Authorities in Iran announced tonight (Wednesday) that nuclear talks will resume on November 29. In response to the statement, the US State Department said it hoped that when the Iranian delegation returned to Vienna, “they would be willing to negotiate quickly and willingly.”
The announcement of the return of talks came after the leaders of the European countries participating in the nuclear negotiations – French President Emanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, held a meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Rome to coordinate positions ahead of the talks.
At the end of the meeting they issued a statement saying: “We are convinced that a return to the agreement can be reached quickly to ensure that the Iranian nuclear program is for peaceful purposes only and to remove the sanctions that hurt Iran’s economic growth. This will not be possible as long as Iran does not change its path. Take this opportunity to bring about a successful negotiation. “
Biden said: “We have expressed our determination that Iran will never be able to produce or obtain nuclear weapons and our concern at the steps it has taken such as high-grade uranium and metallic uranium production. .