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Iran criticizes that Western countries “are not serious” in the negotiations to reactivate the nuclear agreement

Iran criticizes that Western countries "are not serious" in the negotiations to reactivate the nuclear agreement

July 1 (EUROPA PRESS) –

The president of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, has criticized that Western countries “are not serious” in the negotiations on the possible reactivation of the 2015 nuclear agreement, after the failed indirect contacts with the United States in Qatar.

“Western accusations against Iran while holding talks show that they do not adhere to the requirements of serious and real negotiations,” he said during a phone call with Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Zani.

Thus, he stressed that “the repeated accusations” against Tehran during the contacts “indicate a political attack in the negotiation process”, before once again demanding the “oppressive, illegal and unjust sanctions” imposed by the United States.

“A lasting agreement requires the withdrawal of sanctions and the unconditional abandonment of unfounded accusations”, he pointed out, while stressing that “all efforts must be directed towards the withdrawal of sanctions with guarantees”, according to the Iranian news agency Mehr.

The US administration said it was “disappointed” after the talks between US and Iranian officials in Doha. Thus, he regretted that the talks are stalled and criticized that Tehran has not responded positively to the initiative of the European Union (EU).

The talks in Qatar came after months of deadlock after numerous rounds of talks in Vienna, Austria, failed to achieve a breakthrough. The United States withdrew from the nuclear deal in 2018 with then-President Donald Trump, and Iran has increasingly tightened restrictions on its nuclear program.

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