Indirect talks between the United States and Iran on restoring the 2015 deal are expected to resume next week.
The U.S. should not agree to a deal that allows Iran to hit important milestones in developing nuclear weapons.
by WorldTribune Staff, April 9, 2021 Joe Biden’s team on Wednesday said it is prepared to lift sanctions on Iran and return the U.S. to the 2015 nuclear deal that President Donald Trump withdrew from. The statement drew a prompt response from Israel and the Republican congressional leadership “We are prepared to take the steps [
The two countries will negotiate through intermediaries next week in Vienna to try to bring both back into compliance with the 2015 nuclear agreement.
U.S. oil futures finished modestly lower on Thursday, pressured as rising cases of COVID-19 threatened to slow global economies, and demand for energy. Traders also looked for any signs of progress toward a U.S.-Iran nuclear deal that would likely lead to more oil in the world market. West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery fell by 17 cents, or 0.3%, to settle at $59.60 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Officials in Iran once again debunked claims by the U.S. State Department and friendly media that the Biden Administration is in "indirect" talks with Tehran on Wednesday, stating the Islamic regime has nothing to discuss without an end to every American sanction on the rogue state.
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U.S. and Iran say they'll open indirect nuclear talks
Virtual talks between parties to JCPOA produce agreement to meet in person next week
‘All’ 1,500 sanctions added by Trump must be lifted for Iran to resume compliance, the country said