Iran has said one of the “serious issues” raised in the latest round of talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal was the need for a guarantee from the United States that it will not exit the agreement and will not re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic in the future. .
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“We need guarantees that give us the assurance that a repeat of these sanctions and the exit from the nuclear deal, as the previous US government did, will not happen again,” Iran told Iran. Abbas Araghchi, Iran’s chief negotiator in talks with world powers in Vienna. state television, adding that a return to the agreement will not be possible without this condition being met.
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Former President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the deal – negotiated by the Obama administration – in 2018.
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