Zahra al-Hayan, a member of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, criticized talks to revive the nuclear deal, noting that Hassan Rouhani’s government had held talks in vain.
Al-Hayan announced the continuation of talks to revive the nuclear deal by Ibrahim Raisi’s government, but insisted that the model of negotiations would change.
Al-Hayan today, in an interview with the Mehr news agency on Thursday, described the Vienna talks as “perfect”, noting that Hassan Rouhani’s government had held talks in vain.
He also criticized the talks under the Rouhani government, saying they were without results, noting that the talks to be organized by the new government would not be the same as before, but that he did not know much about the new model of nuclear talks. Gave. .
And another member of the National Security Committee in the Iranian parliament, Ismail Kothari, last Sunday hinted at the continuation of nuclear talks by Ibrahim Raisi’s government, saying discussions about stopping the talks were out of the question.
There have been six rounds of talks to revive the nuclear deal in Vienna, the Austrian capital, but it is not clear when the seventh round of talks will take place and what the new Iranian government’s vision is in the next round. of talks.
During the swearing-in ceremony in parliament, Raisi welcomed any diplomatic plans to lift sanctions against Iran.
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