Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdallahian, in a telephone conversation with EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, underscored that the current US administration has the courage to correct the mistakes of its predecessor regarding the re-imposition of repressive sanctions against Iran. Should be, trend report agency citing Fars News.
“The current administration of the United States must have the audacity to correct the past mistakes of the White House,” the Iranian foreign minister said in his phone conversation with Borrell.
“There is no doubt about the Iranian government’s desire to reach a good, strong and lasting agreement in Vienna,” said Amir Abdullahiyan.
He reiterated that the White House must let go of its excessive demands and its indecision and follow the path of realism and the resolution of lasting differences.
Meanwhile, the top Iranian diplomat expressed his gratitude to Borrell and his deputy Enrique Mora for their efforts to coordinate the talks.
Borrell, for his part, appreciated the willingness of the Islamic Republic to conclude an agreement and the various initiatives that the Islamic Republic has taken to facilitate the possibility.
However, he expressed disappointment about the mid-March-current break that has been announced in the talks, urging renewed talks between the EU representative and Iran’s top negotiator Ali Bakri Qani.
In 2018, Donald Trump, the predecessor of current US President Joe Biden, pulled Washington out of a 2015 deal between the Islamic Republic and others. Trump also reintroduced illegal sanctions that the deal had lifted.
Austria’s capital Vienna, since last year, has been holding several rounds of talks between Tehran and the remaining participants in the agreement, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), aimed at the potential for revival of the deal. detection and removal of restrictions afresh.