#Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran failing to comply with nuclear monitoring deal, watchdog says

A United Nations nuclear watchdog said Iran is failing to comply with its nuclear monitoring deal, despite agreeing earlier this month to allow inspectors to monitor specific equipment. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a statement that Iran did not allow the group to access its manufacturing workshop...
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Israel’s ‘blame my predecessor’ Iran strategy revealed

Two weeks ago, Foreign Policy magazine published an interview with Defense Minister Benny Gantz. In it, Gantz said that Israel has dropped its opposition to the Biden administration’s plan to return to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. With Gantz’s statement, the full expanse of the Lapid-Gantz-Bennett government’s strategy for contending with Iran’s nuclear program has come into view. And it is deeply alarming.‎
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US official signals Iran frustrations, worries about Tehran’s ‘Plan B’

This article was originally published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and is reprinted with permission. A senior U.S. official has expressed growing impatience at a lack of Iranian movement toward talks on reviving a moribund nuclear agreement with world powers and cited fears of a “Plan B” that keeps Tehran on a dangerous atomic path.
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Iran to permit IAEA to service nuclear monitoring cameras | Article – NEWPAPER24

A handout image offered by Atomic Vitality Group of Iran (AEOI) on Sept 12, 2021 exhibits the Director Basic of the Worldwide Atomic Vitality Company (IAEA) Rafael Grossi (centre) being welcomed by AEOI spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi (rght) upon his arrival within the capital Tehran for a gathering with the top of the AEOI. (ATOMIC ENERGY ORGANIZATION OF IRAN / Newpaper24)

Iranian FM certain Western countries’ concerns about Iran's nuclear program "unfounded

As the Western signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, are demanding Iran’s return to the talks table immediately. IRNA news agency quoted Abdollahian, who is in New York to participate at the annual UN General Assembly meeting as saying that "The European parties are interested in Iran returning to the talks."

Iran for reviving nuclear deal

Iran does not want to abandon talks aimed at reviving a nuclear deal with major powers, its foreign minister said Friday, after Western powers expressed frustration over the slow pace. ‘We are not seeking to quit the negotiating table,’ foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian told the official IRNA news agency. ‘We...

Iran vows return to nuclear talks ‘Very soon”

Iran’s new foreign minister said Friday the country will return to nuclear negotiations “very soon,” but accused the Biden administration of sending contradictory messages — saying it wants to rejoin the 2015 nuclear deal while slapping new sanctions on Tehran and not taking “an iota of positive action.”. Hossain Amir...

Iran: Nuclear Talks To Resume “Very Soon”; Confirms Surprise Dialogue With Saudis On Yemen War

Iran: Nuclear Talks To Resume “Very Soon”; Confirms Surprise Dialogue With Saudis On Yemen War. Despite fierce denunciations of the “US hegemon” for its using sanctions as a “new means of war” by Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in his first international address before the UN General Assembly earlier in the week, Iran on Friday said it will return to Vienna nuclear negotiations “very soon” – but without giving a date.