Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that if the United States is ready to sign the agreement, they should make a political decision.

The suspension of negotiations on the nuclear deal in Vienna is caused by the fact that the White House is trying to use the situation to solve domestic political problems. This was stated on Monday at a press conference by the official representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Saeed Khatibzadeh.

“What happened in Vienna is the suspension [of negotiations] due to the fault of the United States,” he said. “It became clear that [U.S. President Joe] Biden and the White House have not yet made a decision on this issue.”

The diplomat added that “the U.S. authorities have made the situation around the nuclear deal part of domestic policy.”

According to him, “if the United States is ready to sign an agreement, then they must make a political decision.”

In Vienna, after eight rounds of negotiations aimed at restoring the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iranian Nuclear Program in its original form and returning the United States to this multilateral agreement, a break was taken on March 11 due to external factors. Before that, the Vienna negotiations had reached the finish line and were supposed to be completed by the end of February. The text of the agreement has been agreed and has about 20 pages; it talks about further measures to return to the implementation of the nuclear agreement in its original form.