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"Biden administration can’t separate Vienna negotiations from the U.S. internal issues, which is one of the biggest obstacles to reviving the JCPOA," a professor at the University of South Alabama said.

Nader Entesar, a professor of Political Science and International Relations of University of South Alabama, said in an exclusive interview with ILNA that the Biden administration can’t separate Vienna negotiations from the U.S. internal issues, which is one of the biggest obstacles to reviving the JCPOA.

"It seems that Tehran presented its final proposal to the U.S. and is waiting for Washington's response,” he emphasized.

He said that if what is presented to Washington includes Iran’s redlines; now it is the American turn to announce its final decision.

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