Blinken meets with European counterparts on Iran’s nuclear program

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US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken had a “productive” meeting with his British, German and French counterparts on Friday to discuss, among other things, a nuclear deal with Iran, a State Department spokesman said today.

Talks between Iran and the major powers on the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal resumed in Vienna on Thursday.

“Minister Blinken had a productive meeting in Liverpool yesterday with his counterparts from Germany, France and the United Kingdom. program) and how we will proceed, “said the spokesman.

The meeting took place in Liverpool, northern England, on the eve of the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) most developed industrialized countries, which is expected to formulate a joint appeal to Iran to mitigate its nuclear program and seize the opportunity. of the Vienna talks.

Under the original nuclear deal that then-President Donald Trump abandoned in 2018, Iran curtailed its nuclear program in exchange for lifting US, EU and UN sanctions. The West fears the program could be used to develop weapons, which Tehran denies.

Source: AMPE


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