UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The Iranian authorities refuse to conduct negotiations aimed at modifying the current nuclear agreement, including deadlines, according to a statement issued by the country’s government.
Despite the withdrawal of the United States , Tehran remains faithful to the nuclear agreement in force and has no intention to negotiate specific points, said the government of the country.
“There is no point in the JCPOA including deadlines, which have been negotiated for 12 years, that can not be discussed,” said a statement posted on the Iranian government’s website.
Donald Trump announced on May 8 that he was withdrawing his country from the agreement signed in Vienna in July 2015, under which Iran agreed to curb its nuclear program by pledging never to seek the atomic bomb. in exchange for lifting part of the international sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
For his part, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that his country remained faithful to the agreement signed with the five remaining parties, but that his country was ready to resume uranium enrichment without any limitation if necessary.