The ministry noted that some of the parties seek to hide contradictions and focus only on one issue.

The remaining unresolved problems in the negotiations with the United States on the restoration of the nuclear deal are not limited to one issue. This was stated on Monday at a press conference by the official representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Said Khatibzadeh.

“What remains unresolved between us and the United States is not limited to one topic at all,” he said. “Some of the parties are trying to hide other contradictions and focus only on one issue.”

Earlier, a number of Western media published information that Iran is ready to abandon one of its main requirements – the exclusion of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC, elite units of the Iranian Armed Forces) from the list of terrorist organizations recognized by Washington in order to reach an agreement on a nuclear deal.

On May 25, the U.S. Special Representative for Iran, Robert Malley, said that the probability of failure of negotiations with Tehran on returning to full compliance with the provisions of the nuclear deal is currently higher than the possibility of success in this dialogue. At the same time, on June 8, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said that Tehran had presented Washington with a new package of proposals to restore the deal.