Iran has sent a Response to the United States to continue Negotiations for the Revival of a 2015 Nuclear Deal
Nasser Kanaani, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson claimed the response was “constructive.”
A response to the United States has been sent by Iran to speak on the initial proposal to revive Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal. Nasser Kanaani, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson claimed the response was “constructive.” He said, "The text that was sent (by Iran) has a constructive approach aimed at finalizing the negotiations.”
"We can confirm that we have received Iran's response through the EU. We are studying it and will respond through the EU, but unfortunately, it is not constructive. Some gaps have closed in recent weeks but others remain."
Adrienne Watson, a White House National Security Council spokesperson, said in response.
According to a report from IRIB, Iran’s response was shipped to Josep Borrel, the EU’s Foreign Policy Chief, who has been the head of coordination between the United States and Iran. After nearly 16 months of indirect talks between both countries, the EU outlined a final offer to reach an agreement which was proposed on August 8th.
Iranian officials claimed they need “stronger guarantees from the United States for the revival of a 2015 nuclear deal.” They added that the UN’s atomic watchdog should “drop its politically motivated probes of iran’s nuclear work.”