Iran called on the United States to make a clear political decision to return to the nuclear agreement, or to follow the policy of former President Donald Trump, which it described as a failure, and this came with the continuation of the work of the fifth round of Vienna negotiations for the seventh day.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said in a press conference today, Monday, that this round of Vienna negotiations to save the nuclear agreement could be the final round if an understanding is reached on all matters, and he denied the occurrence of stalemate in the talks. Read also From deterrence to terror.. Why is the world afraid of Iran’s missiles?He criticized the boycott calls.. The Iranian guide supports the decision to exclude prominent candidates from the presidential elections The 13th President of Mossad .. How does it deal with the Iranian nuclear program? What challenges await him in Washington?
“We are not in a hurry, but we will not allow the negotiations to turn into exhausting negotiations … Washington must make a clear political decision for once,” he added.
A mysterious oil shipment
At the same time, the spokesman confirmed that Tehran has not exported its oil to the United States since the era of President Bill Clinton, after recent data from the US Energy Information Administration showed that about a million barrels of Iranian oil had arrived in the United States last March, and it was described as the second shipment. Of its kind since 1991.
Khatibzadeh said, “We do not have any details about this issue, and Iran has not exported oil to the United States since the Clinton era because of the laws that were put in place at the time … It may be another issue, I do not know its details at the moment, and I cannot talk about it.”
Meanwhile, for the seventh day, the work of the fifth round of negotiations to salvage the nuclear agreement concluded in 2015 continues for the seventh day in the Austrian capital, Vienna.
The participating parties hope that this round will be the last. Reuters quoted a diplomat familiar with the developments in the negotiations as saying that “an agreement that clarifies the commitments of Tehran and Washington to move forward” will be announced in Vienna this week.
Earlier, Russia’s delegate to the UN organizations in Vienna, Mikhail Ulyanov, said that he had noticed progress in the ongoing negotiations in Vienna.
He pointed out that the current negotiations are related to the sanctions that should be lifted on Iran, noting that all “sanctions that are not in line with the nuclear agreement” are supposed to be lifted, but he added that there may be differences in the interpretation of this phrase.
On the other hand, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman referred to the talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia in his press conference today and stressed that they are continuing and are taking place “in an appropriate atmosphere,” expressing his hope that an understanding will be reached between the two countries.