Iran nuclear proposals 'not a reasonable basis' for accord: France

Iran nuclear proposals 'not a reasonable basis' for accord: France

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07/12/2021 5:24:00 PM

Iran nuclear proposals 'not a reasonable basis' for accord: France

Proposals submitted by Iran at talks in Vienna last week aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal fall well short of what is needed, France said on Tuesday,

last week do not constitute a reasonable basis that is compatible with the objective of a rapid conclusion while respecting the interests of all," the French foreign ministry said in a statement.It expressed"disappointment" that the talks failed to move forwards, after diplomats agreed on Friday to pause the discussions for several days to allow consultations in capitals. It is not clear when they will resume.

"None of the delegations present -- apart from-- wanted the negotiations to restart on this basis," the ministry said."Time is running out then because -- five and a half months afterhalted negotiations -- they still have not really resumed," it added.

There was added urgency because"Iran is continuing itsprogramme at an extremely worrying direction", it said.The United States warned after the talks that it would not allowto"slow walk" the negotiations, which seek to revive the 2015 accord that has been moribund since president Donald Trump walked out of it in 2018. headtopics.com

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