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Iran will not negotiate anything outside the PGAC

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) –¬†At a press conference, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi answered questions about the period following Trump’s withdrawal from the PGAC and false reports that Iran has received a series of proposals.

“We will not negotiate any issues beyond the Joint Global Action Plan (GAPP),” the Iranian Foreign Minister said, dismissing reports that Iran has received new proposals, information that is not only to aggravate the climate against Iran.

“Such information is unfounded and is the work of Zionist think tanks, international powers that are wreaking havoc and malicious individuals against the Iranian people who are only seeking to sabotage the negotiations between Iran and the other signatories of the Joint global plan of action, “Bahram Qassemi, spokesman for Iranian diplomacy, said.

“After the unilateral and illegal withdrawal of the United States from this international agreement, the RII, as a stakeholder in the PGAC, asserted in response to the request of the other parties to remain in this agreement that, if they could guarantee the rights the Iranian people in the framework of this plan, it would continue to adhere to this agreement, adding that the other subjects mentioned are unfounded and irrelevant, “Bahram Qassemi said.

On the basis of the framework already defined, only the issues related to the PGAC will be discussed at the first joint commission without the United States to be held in the coming days on the proposal Iran.

European, Chinese and Russian officials plan to discuss a new deal with Iran next week in Vienna to provide Iran with financial support for limiting its ballistic missile program and its activities regional reports, reported Fars News.

The German daily Welt Am Sonntag claimed on Sunday (May 20th) that the authorities are expected to meet next week under the leadership of Helga Schmid, a senior EU official, in Vienna, the capital of Austria, to discuss measures to be taken after US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the PGAC on May 8.