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Suspension of the Iranian nuclear negotiations with the agreement of all parties to consult

The parties involved in the Iranian nuclear negotiations in the Austrian capital Vienna agreed to suspend the negotiations, starting tomorrow, Saturday, for several days, as the participating delegations will return to their countries for consultation before resuming negotiations again, according to the official Iranian news agency.
According to the coordinator of the European Union in Vienna, the participants in the talks will return to the capitals of their countries for consultation, and political decisions are now required, noting that “the nuclear talks will stop for a short period and resume next week.”
In this context, Reuters news agency quoted a source in the French presidency as saying that “the nuclear negotiations with Iran are difficult, but there are indications that an agreement is possible.”
Negotiations resumed as of April 2021 under the auspices of the European Union to revive the Iranian nuclear agreement signed in 2018 during which former US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from it, with the restoration of sanctions imposed on Iran, which in turn reduced its nuclear commitments and returned uranium enrichment to high levels.

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