There are hopeful signs that talks to resurrect the 2015 Iran nuclear deal could soon resume in Vienna.
Negotiations have been on hold since March over a number of issues, including Iran’s demand that Washington lift a terrorist designation on the country’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard.
- Barbara Slavin heads the Atlantic Council’s Future of Iran Initiative.
- Einar Tangen is a political and economic affairs commentator.
- Samuel Ramani is an Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute.
- Ali Akbar Dareini is a researcher and writer with the Center for Strategic Studies in Tehran.
The EU's foreign policy chief said that he believed there had been enough progress during consultations between his envoy and Iranian officials in Tehran this week to relaunch nuclear negotiations after two months of deadlock https://t.co/GD0NpCoOhG
— Reuters (@Reuters) May 13, 2022
Qatar's emir and the European Union on Thursday said they are working to push forward stalled negotiations aimed at reviving a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and major world powers https://t.co/1iPRJoJuvX
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) May 12, 2022