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US Responds to Eu’s Request to Save Iran Nuclear Deal

The European Union has submitted a plan to try and rescue the Iran nuclear deal, and the US has responded to it, the US State Department revealed on Wednesday.

“As you are aware, the EU submitted the final text proposal to us along with Iran’s feedback. We’ve finished looking over those remarks. Today, we addressed the EU “According to a statement from Ned Price, spokesperson for the State Department.

Although he didn’t go into detail, it is anticipated that the US won’t accept Iran’s proposal without demanding modifications and engaging in more talks.

The latest efforts to resurrect the nuclear deal, which Tehran has been breaking more frequently since the US withdrew in 2018 under the Trump administration, have been met with cautious hope from US officials. But they have made clear that there are still differences between the two.


It has been condemned by Israel, whose prime minister declared that his country “would act to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear state,” and it is also anticipated that US congressional lawmakers will oppose it strongly domestically.

In addition, ongoing worries about threats from Iranian military groups and other military entities supported by Iran constitute a background issue for the nuclear deal negotiations.

Speaking on behalf of the EU, Nabila Massrali stated that they had “delivered to Iran” the US response after receiving it.

Nasser Kanaani stated, according to a statement from the Iranian Foreign Ministry, “Iran will share its comments with the coordinator after the evaluation is finished.”

More than a week after Iran responded to what Josep Borrell, the senior diplomat for the EU, called “a definitive text” to revive the nuclear agreement, the US responded. It was “logical,” according to Borrell, how the Iranians responded.

In a statement on Monday, Price said that the US administration has been working “as rapidly as we can, as methodically as we can, and as thoroughly as we can see to it that our answer is complete,” adding that it “takes into account the Iranian feedback.”

Officials in the Biden administration assert that Tehran withdrew several requests that were in earlier iterations of the language intended to restore the 2015 deal, including the demand that the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) be removed from the list of foreign terrorist organizations.

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There are unresolved difficulties.

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is the official name of the agreement, and US officials have stated that there are still difficulties that must be overcome before the US will agree to rejoin it (JCPOA).

Since the US pulled out of the accord, Iran has been breaking the terms more frequently and expanding its nuclear program.

In an interview with CNN’s “New Day” on Wednesday morning, Price said, “We’ve said all along that if Iran was prepared to re-enter the JCPOA and if it were willing to drop the demands that are extraneous to the JCPOA, that is to say, the demands that Iran previously put forward that have nothing to do with the Iran deal, then we would be prepared on a mutual basis to re-enter the Iran deal.”

He said, “We’re getting there, but today we’re closer than ever.”

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