We are making progress in the Vienna talks

AA / Tehran

The Iranian Foreign Ministry said that the Vienna talks on the nuclear deal are progressing, and stressed that Tehran is in no hurry to reach an agreement in this regard.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said in a press conference on Monday that the talks focused on the United States’ return to the nuclear deal, and that important questions remained regarding the nuclear deal … the negotiating table.

He added that the committees have made clear progress, considering that the fifth round of discussions will be the last.

Khatibazadeh stressed that Iran attaches great importance to the negotiations and is closely following the progress made.

Negotiations were recently launched in Vienna to resume the nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China, Russia and Germany, with the aim of returning Washington to the agreement and getting Tehran to fulfill its obligations.

Last week, Iran held the fifth round of negotiations on the nuclear deal, in the Austrian capital, amid hopes for the return of the United States, after its withdrawal in May 2018, under the Trump administration.

Translated from Arabic by Malik Jomni

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