JCPOA commitment

  • Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said here on Monday that the Americans keep asking about direct talks, but Iran has not reached a decision in this regard as yet.

  • "The two main obstacles to reviving the JCPOA are the Iranian demands that the US commit to a binding agreement, like a treaty, and the demand that all sanctions against Iran be cancelled. These are nearly impossible demands for the U.S. to meet because of the reality of American politics," A U.S Professor told in an exclusive interview with ILNA news agency.

  • Iran's chief negotiator left for the Austrian capital, Vienna, on Monday morning to resume talks with the P4+1.

  • A member of board of directors of Iran-Russia Joint Chamber of Commerce told it is possible for Iran and Russia to use their local banks and currently the banking relation between Iran and Russia is underway.

  • "Iran approached the JCPOA as a good faith interlocutor, but was blindsided by the caprice of the United States and, in the case of Europe's failure to fulfill its economic commitments, the subservience of the EU and its member states to the United States," a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) told ILNA.

  • The Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran will visit China in the next few days, an informed source said on Sunday.

  • The eighth round of talks in the Austrian capital is resuming on Monday with the teams focusing on the verification of sanctions removal and how to evaluate US remedial measures.

  • The United States said Tuesday it had seen possible progress in talks with Iran but joined European negotiators in pressing for urgency in rolling back Tehran’s nuclear program.

  • After a period of consultations in capitals, negotiators from Iran and the remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear deal are expected to gather in Vienna on Monday to resume talks on how to remove U.S. sanctions against Iran.

  • Chairman of Iran-Switzerland Joint Chamber of Commerce Sharif Nezam-Mafi expressed his disappointment over the barter of tea for oil and said through this kind of barter trade Iran will be unable to import technologies, reiterating that if the JCPOA talks in Vienna fail, remaining Swiss companies in Iran may leave the country.