Stating that Iran will not accept requests beyond the JCPOA, the Iranian Foreign Minister said that the deal is possible if other parties demonstrate political will in practice.
On the eve of a new round of talks between Iran and the P4+1 group in Vienna on the removal of illegal sanctions imposed on Iran, Hussein Amir-Abdollahian in a note said, “What is clear in the forthcoming negotiations is that Iran will not accept requests beyond the JCPOA. The Islamic Republic of Iran will not enter into any discussion whatsoever about issues beyond the nuclear deal.”
“Deal is possible if other parties demonstrate political will in practice,” he added.
The Vienna talks on the removal of sanctions against Iran have started in the Austrian capital on Monday.
The talks between Tehran and the remaining participants to the Iranian nuclear deal known as the JCPOA with the aim of the removal of the illegitimate sanctions against Tehran has started in Vienna’s Coburg Hotel.
Source: Mehr News Agency