France: Vienna negotiations on the nuclear deal with Iran are too slow



    French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian considered that Vienna negotiations on reviving the agreement on Iran's nuclear program are proceeding "very slowly".

    Le Drian told the National Assembly on Tuesday evening: "Discussions are ongoing, but from our point of view they are very slow, the matter which threatens the possibility of reaching an agreement on Iran's nuclear that meets interests of all parties within a realistic time frame. We are still far from concluding a deal."

    Vienna is hosting the eighth round of negotiations under the auspices of the European Union to save the agreement on Iranian nuclear program in light of the United States' withdrawal in 2018 during the term of its former president, Donald Trump, who imposed painful sanctions on the Iranian side, to respond by reducing its commitments to the deal since 2019.

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    Officially negotiations are taking place between Iran on one side and Russia, China, Britain, France 

and Germany on the other, while the United States is participating in the dialogue without engaging in any direct contacts with the Iranian side.

    Tehran refuses to negotiate directly with the administration of US President Joe Biden, before lifting sanctions, while Washington insists on the need to advance principle of step for step.

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