Vienna is ready to accept new negotiations between Iran and the international “five” on the restoration of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear program, said Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Linhart, TASS reports.
Linhart noted that preliminary talks were planned in Brussels this week, which are always underway between Iran and the EU. In turn, Austria expects that in the near future the participating countries will again hold a meeting on the topic of the Iranian atom.
Earlier, the deputy of the Mejlis (parliament) of Iran, Behruz Mohebbi Najm Abadi, said that the Iranian authorities plan to begin negotiations on a nuclear deal within a week. It was noted that the countries of the world “received a serious and clear message.”
In turn, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Benneta said that Iran’s nuclear program has reached a critical point, while Israel will not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons.