Washington reaffirmed on Monday that Iran wants to defend its nuclear deal.
The United States is still “ready to meet with Iran” to defend the Iran nuclear deal, Tehran declined to comment directly on Sunday, U.S. diplomatic spokesman Netflix said Monday.
“We have made it clear that the United States is ready to meet with Iran to discuss how to achieve respectable mutual benefits,” he told reporters. He emphasized that the decision was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
“We are not adamant about the format and form of these discussions,” the spokesman said, explaining that the US government was going to consult with its European allies.
Who is the first step?
Former US President Donald Trump withdrew the US from the 2015 international agreement preventing Iran from buying a nuclear bomb, which he considered was not enough, and re-established all US sanctions. In retaliation, Tehran began to deregulate its nuclear program.
The new president, Joe Biden, has said he is ready to return to the deal if Iran returns to its side in the nails of its obligations.
However, each party believes that taking the first step is another.
Iranian officials assessed on Wednesday that the European offer of a meeting of signatories to the deal, called the United States, was “in advance”. They again demanded pre-financial concessions from Washington.