Iran urges the US to prove reliability to rejoin the Iranian nuclear deal
The Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Nassar Kanaani, said that the United States (US) must prove its reliability in order to join the historic nuclear deal.
During his weekly press conference, he said, “The country, which unilaterally withdrew from the Iranian nuclear deal signed in 2015, has hindered the achievement of an agreement based on joint interests has imposed illegal, unilateral and irrational sanctions on our country, and has no right to be a claimant and take a creditor’s pose.”
The Iranian official also said that the US administration needs to take a constructive approach to reach an agreement. He also claimed that Iran has not raised any new issues or “any serious demands” in nuclear talks that would affect the achievement of the agreement. He went on to say that the recent statement by France, Germany and Britain about Iran’s response to a European Union nuclear proposal was wrong. He called the European statement “unconstructive”.
On Saturday, the three European countries said in a joint statement that Iran “has chosen not to seize this diplomatic opportunity” given by the European Union to rescue the JCPOA or the 2015 nuclear deal.
Recently, Israel has also said it does not see a renewal of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with world powers before the United States mid-term elections in November. Israel also supports the decision of the former US president, Donald Trump, because he withdrew from the deal.
Earlier, Iranian president Ebrahim Raisolsadati urged the United Nations nuclear watchdog, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to put an end to its probe of undeclared sites in Iran.
Earlier, the US also dismissed Iran’s response to the US’’ proposals aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers as ‘not constructive’. Iran’s