Despite American skepticism: There is “minimal progress” in nuclear talks

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“In the near future we can judge whether Iran takes negotiations seriously. We can know this in the next two days. The latest moves do not give us much reason for optimism, but it is not too late for Iran to participate in the talks significantly,” the US secretary of state said. Anthony Blinken At the end of a meeting with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Stockholm.

Blinkan added that “what Iran cannot do is maintain the status quo of building its nuclear program, while dragging its feet regarding the talks.” In the face of accusations against her of procrastinating in talks in Vienna, the Iranian delegation submitted to the talks two “finished” draft papers. One deals with the removal of US sanctions, and the other with Iran’s commitments under the nuclear deal.

Renewal of nuclear talks in Vienna between Iran and the powers. Photo: Reuters

After Russia and China received them without comment, Iran’s chief negotiator Ali Bagri Kani presented the papers to representatives from Germany, Britain and France and to the chair of talks, Enrique More, the EU’s deputy foreign policy chief. “Now the progress depends on the response we get from the Europeans on the two documents,” Bagry said.

Earlier, European sources said that so far there had been only “minimal progress” in the talks. The Iranians are showing activity, according to the sources, but they are “too slow”, and it remains to be seen if they are “serious”.

Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian said he was “not optimistic” about US and EU intentions in the talks. Iran continued, he said, in “serious” talks. “Iran will break its teeth if the Biden administration takes a hostile step towards it, even the slightest. Iran has developed power and capability. The days when the US could do as it pleases are long gone.”

As part of the bio-war on bio-Israel for Iran, according to a report published by the Jewish, which sources attribute to Israel – the Mossad recruited a team of Iranian nuclear scientists to participate in a covert operation, in which one of the most secure underground facilities in Natanz was blown up in April. The institute reportedly approached about ten scientists who were members of the research team, and they agreed to demolish the underground centrifuge facility, thinking they were working for Iranian opposition elements abroad.

Some of the explosives they used were brought to the compound by a drone and collected by scientists, while other materials were smuggled to the security facility while hidden in food boxes. Nine months: According to the report, Mossad agents hid explosives inside the building materials used to build the centrifuge hall before 2019 – and activated them a year later.


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