Iran’s lead negotiator says Tehran will not accept anything less than the nuclear agreement it signed with world powers in 2015, stressing that the issue will remain Tehran’s red line at the ongoing talks in Vienna.
“We will definitely agree to nothing less than that agreement and this will certainly be a red line for the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Ali Bagheri Kani told Press TV on Saturday.
“We have a basic red line, which is backed up by logic,” he said, adding, “We have an agreement that was finalized by Iran and the P5+1 in 2015. The US withdrew from it a few years later and now it wants to rejoin that deal. So, this agreement is a shared basis between the two sides.”
Bagheri Kani, who serves as Iran’s deputy foreign minister, made the remarks amid the ongoing seventh round of talks in Vienna to revive the JCPOA…