US must ‘accept reality’ and lift sanctions: Iran negotiator
Nov 22, 2021 1 min, 18 secs
Tehran signals it is ready to keep weathering American sanctions if Vienna nuclear talks do not fulfil its expectations.

Tehran, Iran – The United States must “accept reality” and agree to lift its sanctions on Iran during next week’s nuclear talks in Vienna, according to Tehran’s top negotiator.

Representatives of Iran and the other signatories of its 2015 nuclear deal will be in Austria starting November 29 to try to restore the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which the US abandoned in 2018.

Iran has previously said it is ready for a “good agreement” in Vienna, but the US must accept responsibility for reneging on the JCPOA, lift all sanctions imposed since 2018 at once, and guarantee it will not leave the deal again.

It has also said time to reach an agreement is running out as Iran’s nuclear programme continues to advance.

Grossi is expected to discuss IAEA monitoring in Iran, which has been restricted as part of the country’s response to the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal, and in response to the assassination of a top nuclear scientist and several attacks on nuclear sites.

Bagheri: Iran continues its nuclear activities legitimately within the framework stipulated in paragraphs 26 and 36 of the JCPOA, the reason behind which has been fully explained in the text of the nuclear deal.

Al Jazeera: If the talks in Vienna don’t yield results, what are Iran’s alternative plans to counter the sanctions and in dealing with Western powers?

The IAEA report comes days before scheduled talks in Vienna to restore Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal

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