Negotiations in Vienna between world powers and Iranwhich resumed at the end of November after a break of five months, hung again. However, Mali hopes talks will resume “relatively soon”.

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I will not give an appointment On his part, he said at Tuesday’s conference US Secretary of State Anthony BlinkenWhile he stressed that the space for understanding with Iran has become “very, very, very narrow.”

– At some point, in the not-too-distant future, we will They had to come to the conclusion that the JCPOA is outdated and we will have to negotiate a completely different agreement.He warned that he is first going through a period of crisis and escalation rob money.

When asked by CNN to clarify when that moment might come, he said:If they stop their nuclear advance, we’ll have more time. If they continue at the current pace, we only have a few weeks left. Then we may come to the conclusion that the agreement can no longer be revived,” he said.

Anthony Blink He assured the US government that the US government was “actively” studying other “alternatives” and “options” should negotiations fail.

The seventh round of Vienna negotiations between world powers and Iran over a possible return to the 2015 nuclear deal stalled in early December. The delegations of the European signatories to the agreement were scheduled to travel to their countries to look into the Iranian proposals, which were said behind the scenes of the talks to be somewhat unacceptable to Western negotiators.

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Representatives participate in the Vienna negotiations Iran and delegations from Germany, Britain, France, China, Russia and the European Union, as well as indirectly from the United States.

The 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between Tehran and world powers, stipulated that Iran would not enrich uranium to a level above 3.67%, and instead had international economic sanctions against the country lifted.

The goal of the agreement was to curb Iran’s nuclear program and prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program does not serve military purposes.