Break in Vienna Talks Based on Consensus: Spokesman – Politics news

Asked by reporters about the hiatus in the JCPOA talks on Saturday, Saeed Khatibzadeh rejected the false comments and fabrications by the diplomats of the three European parties to the 2015 nuclear deal (the UK, France and Germany) about the timetable of the return of delegations during the latest round of talks.“Contrary to the Western side’s claim about Iran’s call for a hiatus in negotiations,…

Asked by reporters about the hiatus in the JCPOA talks on Saturday, Saeed Khatibzadeh rejected the false comments and fabrications by the diplomats of the three European parties to the 2015 nuclear deal (the UK, France and Germany) about the timetable of the return of delegations during the latest round of talks.

“Contrary to the Western side’s claim about Iran’s call for a hiatus in negotiations, these three countries and other members of the P4+1 are fully aware that the timetable was fixed following a consensus among all parties and in consideration of the holidays of the European sides on the occasion of Christmas and the New Year,” he said, the Foreign Ministry’s website reported.

Khatibzadeh noted that it is not the first time the Western parties resort to distortion of truth and spreading misinformation.

He also stressed that the European troika may have sought, through this unfounded claim, to make up for their request for premature return to their capitals during the…

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