Iran’s supreme leader said on Wednesday his country would continue to negotiate with world powers on ways to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal, without speculation that Iran’s delegation will boycott or quit. Join in protest against Israeli sabotage in key Israeli uranium enrichment areas.
The announcement of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, whose final words on security in the country of 80 million, came three days after a devastating explosion at the Natanz-strengthening facility, making it a highly guarded facility. Tightly into complete darkness and being deactivated or destroyed. Hundreds of underground centrifuges used to convert uranium into fuel.
Suspicion of destruction immediately arose in Israel, which had previously sabotaged the Natanz area.Israel did not confirm or deny the allegations. But intelligence officials said it was a secret Israeli operation.
On Tuesday, in anger and shame for such safety, Iran vowed on Tuesday to triple the purity of uranium enrichment, leaving the covenant under the nuclear deal.
But Mr Khamenei’s remarks on Wednesday showed he did not want to abandon talks to salvage the deal, which promised Iran to ease U.S. economic sanctions if Iran’s nuclear activity is restricted.
“The authorities have determined that we will negotiate to achieve our policy,” said Kameneni during a speech reportedly by Iranian media for the first day of Ramadan holiday.
“We have no problem with this on the condition that they are cautious in the negotiations not to deteriorate and that both sides will not drag the negotiations away because it will not have a positive effect on the country,” said Kameni.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is unclear whether Iran will walk out of the negotiations, told a televised cabinet meeting: “The Supreme Leader has clearly set the framework for our negotiations and we will. Continue working within that framework “
The EU, which oversees the diplomatic discussions in Vienna, said it would resume operations at 12:30 local time Thursday.
The talks, which started earlier this month and closed on Friday, are aimed at planning the return of Iran and the United States to comply with the pact.
The incident started with a collapse since President Donald J. Trump. Trump abruptly withdrew from the United States three years ago, returning economic sanctions and imposing new sanctions as part of the strategy. “Supreme pressure” aims to force Iran to accept more stringent conditions.
Israel, which sees Iran as a real threat, supported Trump’s decision and expressed anger at the Biden administration’s intent to revive the deal, claiming it was weak and would not deter Iranian leaders from empowering them. Their nuclear path Iran has repeatedly said that its nuclear power program is peaceful.
But Iran responded to Natanz’s blackout with reports of an Israeli ship attack, said to have caused little damage and no fatalities, and then announced plans to enrich uranium to 60 percent purity, up from 20. Percentage, which caused major damage A step closer to 90 percent that can be used as fuel for nuclear weapons.
Iran began accepting pledges to limit enriched uranium treasury under the 2015 nuclear deal after the Trump administration lifted America’s involvement.
Iranian officials also said the country plans to replace the centrifuge at Natanz with a more modern one that was banned under the original nuclear deal, Iran’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Kazem Gharibabadi. In Vienna, it said on Twitter that the process could begin soon.
Iran’s parliamentary delegation visited Natanz on Wednesday, and a lawmaker said the rubble was less than the July sabotage, lawmaker Vahid Jalalzadeh, on the chat website of Iran. Clubhouse said some of the underground tunnels were damaged. But that part of the place has energy and the centrifuge is running. There was no way of confirming his assessment, unlike previous accounts of large-scale destruction.
Jalalzadeh also said Israel had recruited spies from within the Iranian intelligence agency and found the suspect’s identity and whereabouts. But he could not reveal He didn’t explain why.
Iran said the total truancy from complying with the nuclear deal could easily and quickly be reversed when the US lifted sanctions.
In recent years, Israel has launched a number of attacks and strikes targeting Iranian nuclear scientists and Iranian uranium enrichment plants.
Although the American and Israeli governments have worked together before, to counter what they see as Iran’s military ambitions. But Washington has denied any role in Sunday’s fires.
Germany, France and Britain’s foreign ministries released a joint statement on Wednesday condemning Iran’s uranium enrichment intentions, and said they. “Reject all the soaring measures of all actors”
Iran and the United States did not have direct talks in the Vienna negotiations. Instead of another participant in the 2015 deal – Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia – are acting as intermediaries.
The first round of talks that were postponed last week were constructive, according to a senior diplomat involved. Two working groups have been set up to discuss sanctions and uranium enrichment, with the two being tasked with a plan to bring the United States and Iran back into compliance with the 2015 deal, formally known as the Plan. Joint operation
Steven Erlanger and Rick Gladstone contributed reporting.