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    Breaking: Russia: Progress in Vienna talks; P4+1 group enter ‘drafting stage’
    NBS | Monday, April 19th, 2021 | Published: 9:36 pm

    Breaking: Russia: Progress in Vienna talks; P4+1 group enter ‘drafting stage’

    A senior Russian diplomat says high-level talks in Vienna aimed at revitalizing a 2015 nuclear deal and bringing the United States back into it have moved ahead and entered “the drafting stage,” but solutions to some of the issues are “still far away.”

    “Summing up the results of 2 weeks of deliberations on JCPOA restoration we can note with satisfaction that the negotiations entered the drafting stage,” Russia’s Permanent Representative to the International Organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov wrote on Twitter on Monday, referring to the nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

    According to Press TV, he added “Practical solutions are still far away, but we have moved from general words to agreeing on specific steps towards the goal.”

    At the end of talks between representatives from Iran and the P4+1 group of countries – Britain, France, Russia and China plus Germany –in the Austrian capital on Saturday, the sides agreed to continue bilateral and multilateral negotiations as well as technical consultations within the next days.

    Within the format of the JCPOA Joint Commission meetings in Vienna, two expert-level working groups have been set up to lift the US sanctions against Iran and coordinate Tehran’s return to full compliance with its nuclear obligations under the deal.

    American diplomats were also present in Vienna, but they were not allowed to participate in the discussions, being kept abreast of the negotiations by the Europeans.

    Speaking at the end of the talks, Iranian chief nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi said the participants reviewed the reports presented by the working groups and held “good discussions” about ways to lift sanctions.

    “It seems that a new understanding is emerging and there is now common ground among all [the sides] on the final goal,” Araqchi, who serves as Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs, added.

    The EU, Russia and Iran all hailed progress at the talks, which came after an act of sabotage against Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility.


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