The European Union (EU) Coordinator for Nuclear Negotiations with Iran, Mr. Enrique Mora. (Photo: AP)
The purpose is to narrow disagreements in negotiations nuclear deal.
Specifically, on March 27, the European Union’s (EU) coordinator for nuclear negotiations with Iran, Mr. Enrique Mora, had a conversation with Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator, Mr. Ali. Bagheri. The meeting took place in the capital Tehran of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Iran’s National News Agency (IRNA) reported that Mr. Mora arrived in Tehran on the evening of March 26 and met with Mr. Bagheri on March 27. “Mr Bagheri stressed that an agreement can be reached if the US side takes a realistic stance,” IRNA said. It is expected that Mr. Mora will meet other officials within the framework of the visit.
Before the visit, the EU official wrote on Twitter: “Attempts to narrow the outstanding differences in the negotiations in Vienna (Austria) regarding the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA – the official name of the EU) Iran nuclear deal). We have to end this negotiation.”
He affirmed, the purpose of the trip is to “close the gap in the negotiations in Vienna” between Iran and the countries in the P5+1 group (including the US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany).
Representatives of the European Union and Iran attend negotiations to restore the 2015 Iran nuclear deal at the Grand Hotel on April 6, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. (Image: Getty Images)
The report on the Tehran talks offered few details, saying only that diplomats discussed the latest nuclear deal.
Mora’s visit came as the EU’s High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Josep Borrell said a nuclear deal would be reached “within the next few days.”
The JCPOA was signed in 2015 between Iran and the P5+1 group. This agreement was on the verge of breakdown after the US withdrew from the agreement in May 2018 and re-imposed the orders Iran sanctions.
This caused Tehran to renegotiate some of its commitments in the agreement and advance its previously halted nuclear programs. Since April 2021, the parties have conducted eight rounds of negotiations in Vienna to save the agreement.
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