sanctions lift

  • 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.

  • Iran's top nuclear negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani said reaching an agreement which entails removal of anti-Iran sanctions is the key to success of the eighth round of the ongoing JCPOA talks in Vienna.

  • Head of Wire and Cable Manufacturers Technical Committee of Iran Electrical Industry Syndicate blames political issues for the halt in electricity export to Iraq and said in the project in Iraq they were forced to get their money in Iraq national currency dinar instead of international currencies due to sanctions.

  • "The sanctions policy toward Iran, this is not likely to go away soon unless there is significant progress on the JCPOA and other issues, such as ballistic missiles and even armed proxy groups," the U.S Professor Karl Kaltenthaler told in an exclusive interview with ILNA news agency.

  • President Biden and Iran’s leaders say they share a common goal: They both want to re-enter the nuclear deal that President Donald J. Trump scrapped three years ago, restoring the bargain that Iran would keep sharp limits on its production of nuclear fuel in return for a lifting of sanctions that have choked its economy.

  • Head of Iran-Sweden Joint Chamber of Commerce Abdolreza Rezaei says Swedish companies are keen to return to Iran’s market as they have good view regarding Iran market and they are eagerly pursuing the news of Iran’s nuclear talks in Vienna.

  • Daniel Lacalle, a famous Spanish economist told ILNA news agency that Vienna meeting is a positive step but there were too many things that were left off the table, and it will require more negotiations.

  • Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araghchi said in Vienna on Sunday that all sanctions must be lifted, after that Iran will return to its Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) commitments.

  • "The indirect talks in Vienna indicate that both sides want, in principle, to get to a deal where their interests are secured,” the U.S Professor Karl Kaltenthaler told in an exclusive interview with ILNA news agency.

  • "I do not think the Biden policy towards Iran has been particularly coherent. On the one hand, the Administration does want to return to the Obama deal with Iran that places controls on Iran's nuclear program in return for a lifting of sanctions," a professor in the Economics department at American University told ILNA.