Biden officials reportedly warn Iran's incoming president that time is running out to save nuclear deal
The US is warning Iran's incoming president that the 2015 nuclear deal could soon be beyond saving.The US and Iran have engaged in six rounds of indirect talks in Vienna aimed at reviving the nuclear pact, a top foreign policy goal of President Joe Biden. But the talks are stalled after Iran suspended the negotiations earlier this month, stating they would not resume until Raisi is inaugurated in early August.
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Vienna (Reuters) - Indirect negotiations between Iran and the United States to attempt to safeguard the Iranian Nuclear Covenant 2015 have been interrupted on Friday and will resume next weeks, have indicated Friday diplomats.
The representative of China to the Wang Quan negotiations told the press that the negotiations will resume next weekend.
Video: Nuclear: Iran returned to the Negotiations Table (Euronews)
Interrogated by journalists, the European Parlers Coordinator, Enrique Mora, replied that the negotiations would resume "around" "Wednesday.
(François Murphy report, French version Matthieu Protard)
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