"The Islamic Republic of Iran sees no obstacle to resuming negotiations and finalizing an agreement if the other parties act realistically and prevent repeating the past mistakes," Bagheri Kani, who is also Iran's chief negotiator, said on Monday.
He reaffirmed the Iranian administration's seriousness to pursue the talks to revive the nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and remove the sanctions re-imposed on the country following the unilateral US withdrawal from the agreement three years after its conclusion.
"The [Iranian] administration has never blocked the path to diplomacy, negotiations and efforts to secure the national interests through achievement of a balanced agreement," the senior diplomat said.
Iran proved the peaceful nature of its nuclear program to the world by signing the JCPOA with six world powers. However, Washington’s exit in May 2018 and its subsequent re-imposition of sanctions against Tehran left the future of the deal in limbo.
Multilateral diplomatic efforts to revive the JCPOA have been stalled since August 2022, with Iran blaming the United States for failing to guarantee that it will not leave the deal again.
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