Deputy Head of the Department Ali Bagheri said that negotiations will begin on November 29.
The success of the upcoming negotiations on the return to the nuclear deal in Vienna depends on the willingness of the United States to lift previously imposed sanctions against Tehran. Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri wrote about this on Twitter on Thursday.
“The success of the negotiations, which will begin on November 29, depends on the real intentions and real willingness of the opposite side to lift sanctions,” he said.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear program was signed in 2015 by the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany. In 2018, Donald Trump, who held the post of U.S. president at that time, unilaterally withdrew from the JCPOA. His successor Joe Biden has repeatedly expressed his willingness to resume fulfilling U.S. obligations under the deal. The Five plus One Group (Russia, Great Britain, Germany, China, the USA, and France) has been holding talks on this issue in Vienna since April. The start of the next round is scheduled for November 29.