The United States is ready to return to negotiations on a nuclear deal with Iran in Vienna, a Department of State official said.

“As we have stated many times, we are ready to return to Vienna and we believe that it is still possible to quickly reach and implement an agreement to return to the joint implementation of the JCPOA,” the Department of State representative said.

The United States expressed hope that Iran will return to negotiations in Vienna “quickly and in good faith.”

On June 21, the new President of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, said that his only concession to U.S. President Joe Biden would be the return of Tehran to the nuclear deal. The Department of State promised that Washington will continue negotiations with Tehran on returning to it under the new leadership of the country. However, Raisi refused to meet with Biden even if all sanctions against Iran were lifted.