EU's Enrique Mora meeting with Iran's Ali Bagheri-Kani in Tehran. March 27, 2022

EU's Enrique Mora meeting with Iran's Ali Bagheri-Kani in Tehran on Sunday

EU Coordinator Meets Iran’s Top Nuclear Negotiator In Tehran


The European Union envoy to Vienna talks Enrique Mora met with Iran’s top negotiator Ali Bagheri-Kani on Sunday in Tehran to discuss the unresolved issues of the nuclear talks.

Reiterating Tehran’s determination to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, Bagheri-Kani said, “An agreement can be reached if the American side is realistic”.

Mora, the senior EU official chairing the Vienna talks, also briefed the Iranian negotiator about his latest consultations with the other parties in the Vienna talks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. He i

Later Mora also met Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, but so far there are no details.

Mora tweeted Friday that he would travel to Tehran to work “on closing the remaining gaps…Much is at stake”.

The most important remaining issue seems to be removing Iran’s Revolutionary Guards from the US list of terrorist organizations.

More than two weeks after Iran’s nuclear talks in Vienna came to a halt, Tehran sounds more optimistic about the eventual outcome than the Biden Administration.

US Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley attending a conference in Doha said that he is not confident a nuclear deal between Western powers and Iran is imminent, adding that Washington will not remove the IRGC from its terror list.

Iran insists that Washington should remove the foreign terrorist organization (FTO) designation on its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) but in the US bipartisan opposition is growing against the Vienna talks, especially any notion of removing the IRGC from the blacklist.

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