Bloomberg: US and Iranian delegations have made progress on paying compensation to Tehran

Sources revealed to "Bloomberg" that the US and Iranian delegations, which resumed the nuclear talks in Vienna, have made progress regarding the payment of compensation to Tehran if the nuclear agreement is cancelled in the future.

Bloomberg: US and Iranian delegations have made progress on paying compensation to Tehran
Bloomberg: US and Iranian delegations have made progress on paying compensation to Tehran

Sources revealed to “Bloomberg” that the US and Iranian delegations, which resumed the nuclear talks in Vienna, have made progress regarding the payment of compensation to Tehran if the nuclear agreement is cancelled in the future.

Bloomberg said that “pessimistic expectations indicate that there is a limited possibility of a deal that can alleviate the global energy crisis, and that any revival of the agreement concluded in 2015 may allow the production and export of more energy by Iran, which has the second largest reserves of gas.” natural resources in the world and the fourth largest oil reserves.

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“The gap between Iran and the United States has widened since the last round of nuclear talks in Vienna with the start of the latest negotiations,” EU diplomats said. At least two new issues related to the nuclear deal have emerged in recent months, lengthening the list of obstacles to be removed to six or seven.

The diplomats stated that “although the remaining obstacles can technically be removed within 72 hours, this will require high-level political decisions in both Tehran and Washington,” noting that “Iran has retreated from its previous demands that the United States lift sanctions on the guards.” Iran’s revolutionary movement, as well as its insistence that the United States ensure that it does not violate the agreement again.”

They revealed that “progress has been made on specific compensation that will guarantee economic returns to Iran even if a new US administration or Congress cancels the deal again.”

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