Iran will consider the prospects of the nuclear talks in Vienna and evaluate the results of the meetings at the expert level, and decide whether to continue the talks and if so, how to proceed.
It should be noted that Arakchi said last week that Tehran was not interested in endless talks. He also said that the Iranian delegation could suspend the talks and leave Vienna if no concrete results are expected.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) met again on April 6 after a long hiatus. Representatives of other member states of the commission (Germany, Great Britain, China, France and Russia), except for the United States, took part in direct talks with Iran. Negotiations at the expert level were concluded on April 17.
The Chinese delegation told Reuters that nuclear talks with Iran would continue in the near future. The member states of the commission have adopted a joint decision to speed up work on the upcoming issues.
Source: Azerbaijan State News Agency