Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that the U.S. president should decide whether he will fulfill his obligations under the nuclear agreement or continue Donald Trump’s policy.
The Islamic Republic of Iran put forward several special initiatives and proposals on the nuclear agreement during the visit to Tehran of the EU Coordinator at the Vienna talks, Enrique Mora. This, as reported by the IRNA news agency, was announced on Monday at a weekly press conference in Tehran by the official representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Said Khatibzadeh. According to him, the European emissary held several rounds of constructive talks with Deputy Foreign Minister and head of the Iranian delegation Ali Bagheri Kani.
“We have transmitted our proposals through the Spanish diplomat and are now waiting for a response from Washington,” Khatibzade said. “We can return to Vienna if the U.S. responds to Iranian initiatives.” As the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry stressed, “if a political decision is made in Washington, it will be a good incentive to move the negotiations forward.” “U.S. President [Joe] Biden must finally decide whether he will fulfill his obligations under the nuclear agreement or continue the policy of his predecessor [Donald] Trump,” Khatibzade said.