The United States has said it is ready to return to negotiations on a nuclear deal with Iran. This was announced by the Deputy Press Secretary of the White House Karine Jean-Pierre during a briefing with reporters, which was broadcast on website White House.
Jean-Pierre said that the United States has once again demonstrated its readiness to work on the issue of a mutual return to the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iranian nuclear program, as soon as the process of the transfer of presidential power after the election of the head of state is completed in Tehran. However, she noted, Washington’s proposal does not last forever.
“We remain interested in bringing about a return to mutual compliance with the agreement. As US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has clearly stated, this proposal will not remain on the table all the time, ”said Jean-Pierre.
June 20 in Vienna ended the sixth since April this year round of negotiations on the full restoration of the JCPOA, which also implies a return to this deal by the United States. Then Washington said that they would return to the negotiating table under the new leadership of Iran.
The inauguration of the new Iranian president is scheduled for August 5.