It seems that Iran’s nuclear talks have reached a good point and hopes have been resumed. It seems that a positive step has been taken in the new government to lift the sanctions. It remains to be seen where the rest of the route will go with the new Iranian Z-Z. Developments in the region, especially in Afghanistan, seem to have led the United States to make a slight concession to the nuclear deal. It remains to be seen how close this path will be to action. In the following, we will examine this issue. Please be with Artan Press.
*** Nuclear talks on the track of progress
The European Union (EU) has said that the BRICS talks are closer than ever. Iran’s nuclear talks are likely to be pursued more seriously in the coming weeks. The lifting of sanctions is closer than ever. Iran must understand this opportunity well and be ready for its various scenarios. At a quarterly meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors in Vienna on Tuesday, the European Union (EU)’s ambassador stressed the EU’s support for the Iran nuclear deal (Borjam) and said that the resumption of Borjam talks was more important than ever. “The Union supports the efforts within the Joint Commission of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in this area,” Clement said in a statement.
*** Russian optimism about nuclear talks
Russia, on the other hand, expressed hope in this regard. Ulyanov, the Russian Federation’s permanent representative in Vienna, said that 90% of the issues had been resolved in the nuclear talks. But after the Iranian election, everything stopped. The results of Grossi’s visit are positive, which means that there is no obstacle to the continuation of the nuclear talks. With the recent agreement between the Agency and Iran, a serious danger has been prevented. Ulyanov further expressed hope that the nuclear talks would begin in two weeks. Russia has also made good progress in lifting sanctions on Iran.
*** Changing the negotiating team of Iran and member states of Borjam
The important news these days regarding Borjami’s travels is the change of the Iranian negotiating team. On the eve of the start of negotiations, the Iraqi left. The appointment of Ali Bagheri, former deputy secretary of the Supreme National Security Council, as Saeed Jalili as political deputy foreign minister has been finalized. This has not even overshadowed the path of the nuclear talks. Earlier, some sympathizers of the country were trying to keep Seyyed Abbas Araghchi in the position of political deputy in order to continue leading the negotiations with the P5 + 1. But Dr. Araqchi’s farewell has been decided.
*** Impact of Barjami agreements on exchange rate day
Following the agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency, yesterday the price of each US dollar retreated to the channel of 26 thousand tomans. The foreign exchange market, which had been on the rise since the end of last week due to reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has been declining since Sunday night due to news of an agreement with the IAEA on the continued operation of surveillance cameras.
Until the end of last week, traders expected the International Energy Agency’s Board of Governors to issue a statement against Iran. Rafael Grossi’s trip reduced the perception of escalating tensions among traders. Arad Pourkar, a foreign exchange market expert, recently said that this happened due to the revival of hopes for a positive outcome in the Barjam negotiations. According to him, if the necessary grounds for the Borjam agreement are provided, we will see a short-term decrease in the dollar exchange rate.
*** Reaction of the Director of the International Energy Agency
The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on the eve of the Board of Governors meeting that began yesterday and the agreement with Tehran on some issues, sent “positive signals”; Grossi said after the trip that the agreement with Iran resolved one of the IAEA’s most important issues with Iran, which was the imminent loss of information on Iran’s nuclear sites, while stressing that the purpose of the new agreement was to “create a space for diplomacy.” Iran’s nuclear talks seem to be on a very good track.
*** Iran’s positive view of the continuation of nuclear talks
On the one hand, the spokesman of the Iranian diplomatic service, while noting that the Vienna talks will be resumed soon, called this trip a “successful” one. Iran is also optimistic and positive about the path of the nuclear talks. On the other hand, Enrique Mora, the deputy foreign policy coordinator of the European Union, Enrique Mora, in a Twitter post, called Grossi’s visit to Tehran “an opportunity for diplomacy.” Russia’s envoy to the Vienna talks also called the remarks of the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman an encouraging sign and said that it was time to return to the seventh round of talks to revive the nuclear deal.
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