Source: EU3’ Excessive Demands Slowing Down Progress in JCPOA Talks – Politics news

In an interview with Tasnim, the source close to the Iranian negotiators in Vienna said, “The negotiations in Vienna are advancing, but sluggishly. The excessive demands of the three European countries, or some of them, have slowed down the process of negotiations.”The source noted that the stances of the European troika –the UK, France and Germany- are even more excessive than those of the US…

In an interview with Tasnim, the source close to the Iranian negotiators in Vienna said, “The negotiations in Vienna are advancing, but sluggishly. The excessive demands of the three European countries, or some of them, have slowed down the process of negotiations.”

The source noted that the stances of the European troika –the UK, France and Germany- are even more excessive than those of the US negotiators.

“The approach of some of the three European countries had been unconstructive even before Iran presented its written proposals, and continues to be the same as of today,” the source added.

“The European teams’ insistence on such unconstructive stances has caused disagreements among the P4+1 members,” the source noted.

Since April, Vienna has been hosting negotiations on the revival of the JCPOA, which would require the US to remove its anti-Iran sanctions three years after Washington walked out of the multilateral agreement and slapped the bans on Iran to kill the deal.

The seventh round of talks between…

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