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Iranian foreign minister said: US must prove ‘genuine will’ in nuclear talks

Tehran| Iran’s Foreign Minister Hussein Amir-Abdullahian on Saturday called on the US to prove its “genuine willingness” in talks aimed at resuming the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal. At the first meeting of the national coordinators of the UN Charter in the capital Tehran on Saturday, Amir-Abdullahian told Xinhua News Agency, the US must prove that it will not “violate” its obligations by imposing sanctions.

He pointed to Washington’s unilateral withdrawal from the nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, in 2018. He said it showed Washington’s “disregard for its international obligations and a clear violation of the UN Security Council-approved resolution”.

He said it was unfortunate that the current US administration, despite its promises and claims, continues to pursue a failed policy of hostile action and maximum pressure against Tehran.

The Iranian foreign minister stressed that his country adheres to the continuation of nuclear negotiations for the revival of the nuclear deal, while asserting its inalienable right to use peaceful nuclear energy in all its dimensions, including uranium enrichment, for peaceful purposes. Is.

He said that in the meantime the US must prove that it has good intentions and genuine will and does not intend to use the negotiations as a waste of time and another to continue violating its obligations and sanctions. looks for excuses.

Amir-Abdullahian said on Thursday that their country has “absolute readiness” to conclude nuclear talks “as soon as possible”.

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