Madrid, August 28 (European press) –
Iran may finish examining the United States’ response to the European Union’s final proposal to revive the nuclear deal in early September, according to Noor News, a news portal close to the Iranian presidency.
Tehran continues to “carefully review the US response at the expert level,” so this process “will continue at least until the end of next week,” according to this outlet, which is closely aligned with the Supreme National Security Council. From Iran, he said. Reported by Bloomberg.
Washington responded, on Wednesday, to the proposal of the final text of the European Union’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, a response sent by the European Union to the participants in the nuclear agreement, in particular to the Iranian authorities for study.
“The US counter-proposal is reasonable and the ball is now in Tehran. We hope it will come out,” the head of community diplomacy said earlier on negotiations to return to the Iran nuclear deal.
The European Union considers the proposal a final document that the participants must sign or reject, after a 16-month process of talks, particularly in Vienna, to get the United States to return to the Iran nuclear deal.
The negotiations seek to restore strict restrictions on Iran’s nuclear activity in exchange for the United States easing some of its sanctions on the Persian republic’s economy, including those imposed on its oil exports.
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