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Next rounds of nuclear talks in Davos, Munich

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Davos [in Switzerland] and Munich [in Germany] will host the next rounds of negotiations between Iran and 5+1.

Iran FM Due in Beijing, Moscow, Brussels for Intensive JCPOA Talks

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will head to China, Russia, and Belgium later this week to hold talks with other parties to the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, also known as JCPOA.

It’s Not Possible to Remain in JCPOA If Iran Deprived of Benefits, Rouhani Tells...

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani in a telephone conversation with his French counterpart made it clear that staying in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) will be out of the question if Tehran cannot enjoy the benefits of the nuclear deal, from which the US has withdrawn.
Shamkhani: Presence of Daesh in Iraq, a threat to whole region

Dealings, not sanctions hold the key to Iran’s nuclear case: Official

Ali Shamkhani says the best way for the West to resolve its nuclear dispute with Tehran goes through talks, not sanctions.

AEOI Head: Iran, EU Can Start Nuclear Cooperation from Fordo

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi announced that Tehran and the European Union have held good discussions on nuclear cooperation and are now able to launch joint venture at Fordo uranium enrichment plant in Central Iran.

Iran, Russia Discuss Ways to Keep Nuclear Deal Alive

In the latest round of bilateral consultations among Iran and the JCPOA parties, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov travelled to Tehran on Thursday to meet Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi.

A rejection of the nuclear deal could lead to radicalism in Iran

Hossein Mousavian, in a piece published by The Washington Post, has said an alliance between the moderate president and the principlist parliament speaker is a significant development in Iran’s political landscape and has positioned pragmatism as a palpable political force in Iran.

Iran, P5+1 resume writing draft of nuclear deal

It will be a tough task. This first draft will be full of disputed issues and will include parentheses and brackets, and decisions should be made about them in the future, said Araghchi.

Where does the dispute over JCPOA review come from?

An analytical report released by says that the Iranian parliament has three different views on the way JCPOA should be reviewed and that these views have their roots in a partisan line of argument.
Sergei Ryabkov

Iran, P5+1 need non-stop talks for nuclear deal: Russia

A senior Russian diplomat says Iran and the six major world powers need “non-stop talks” to reach a final agreement on Tehran’s nuclear energy program before the November 24 deadline.

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