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Iran Stalls Nuclear Talks; Says Nuclear Talks Won’t Resume For 2-3 Months

Biden’s new era of Islamic terror – with a twist. Nuclear weapons.

But Israel says that Iran will have enough weapons grade material for a nuclear bomb in 2-3 months. Why is Iran dictating the terms of these negotiations? The new Israeli government better understand that they can’t rely on the Biden Administration. How much longer before Israel is forced to take military action against Iran’s nuclear facilities? Not very much longer. And the fallout will be much worse than what we are seeing in Afghanistan.

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Iran says nuclear talks might not resume for 2-3 months

By I-24 News, September 1, 2021

Negotiations in Vienna ended on June 20, two days after hardliner Raisi won presidential election

Stalled talks aimed at reviving Iran’s nuclear agreement with world powers will likely not resume for another two to three months, according to the foreign ministry.

Steered by the European Union, the talks began in April and seek to bring the US back into a deal agreed to in 2015.

Former US president Donald Trump abandoned the accord in 2018 and began imposing tough sanctions on Iran.

Negotiations were adjourned on June 20, two days after ultraconservative Ebrahim Raisi won Iran ‘s presidential election, and no date has been set for a resumption of dialogue.

“We are not seeking to flee the negotiation table and the … government considers a real negotiation is a negotiation that produces palpable results allowing the rights of the Iranian nation to be guaranteed,” Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said during an interview broadcast on Tuesday evening by state television.

The Vienna talks are “one of the questions on the foreign policy and government agenda,” he said.

But “the other party knows full well that a process of two to three months is required for the new government to establish itself and to start taking decisions.”

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