- Dialogue and dialogue with enemy does not mean surrender: Khamenei
- Iran resumes nuclear talks with Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China in Vienna
Tehran: Iran on Monday expressed its desire to communicate directly with the US in the ongoing talks with other world powers on the nuclear deal. The official news agency ‘IRNA’ gave this information. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has suspended all talks with the US, saying talks with it would harm Iran. However, earlier this month Khamenei gave the go-ahead to the Iranian side to hold talks with the US, saying talks and dialogue with the enemy does not mean surrender.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahiyan was quoted by IRNA as saying, “If we reach a stage in the negotiation process where it will be necessary to negotiate with the Americans to make a good deal with good guarantees, we will Won’t ignore it.
Iran has resumed nuclear talks with Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China in Vienna, Austria. The US has been indirectly involved in this negotiation, as it withdrew from the agreement in 2018. US President Joe Biden has expressed his desire to join again.
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