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US News: Iranian nuclear: the negotiations have close the crisis, will resume

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by Parisa Hafezi, John Irish and Francois Murphy

Vienna (Reuters) - Indirect discussions between the United States and Iran to save the 2015 Agreement on Iranian nuclear power, which have brought the crisis Friday , have been interrupted and will resume next week, European leaders expressing their consternation against the requirements of Iranian negotiators.

The seventh cycle of negotiations in Vienna is the first to which delegates participate sent by the current Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi.

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Its election in June had resulted in a five-month interruption of the talks, reinforcing the suspicions of US and European officials that Iran seeks to save time while making progress on nuclear power.

of senior diplomats from France, Germany and Great Britain, have expressed their "disappointment and their concern" on Friday before the amendments proposed by Tehran to a text that had been the subject of an agreement in previous cycles of negotiations.

"Important changes (were) requested (by Iran)," said diplomats in a statement, adding that some of the desired changes were


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Incompatible with the 2015 Agreement.

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This 2015 Agreement has imposed restrictions on Iran's uranium enrichment activities, delaying the time needed to produce enough fissile material For a nuclear bomb of about two to three months at least one year.

Iran denies wishing to have nuclear weapons, claiming to only control nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.

In exchange for nuclear restrictions, the 2015 Agreement lifted a series of international sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

However, after more than two years of Iran's accession to the main restrictions, former US President Donald Trump withdrew in 2018 the United States of the Agreement and again imposed heavy economic sanctions against Tehran.

Iran reacted from 2019 by moving away from many restrictions contained in the agreement.

Western officials feel that it is now short of time before the foundations of the agreement are irretrievably damaged.

(Report Parisa Hafezi and François Murphy in Vienna and John Irish in Dubai, French version Matthew Protard and Federica Mileo, edited by Matthieu Protard)

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