Tehran: Iran will return to dialogue on November 29 to reactivate the Comprehensive Plan of Joint Action (PIAC) or nuclear agreement, in crisis after the United States withdrew and applied anti-Iranian coercive measures.

According to Prensa Latina, Vice Foreign Minister Ali Baqeri Kani confirmed the return to those negotiations that are taking place in Vienna, Austria, between Tehran and the 4 + 1 group (United Kingdom, France, Russia and China plus Germany).

The agenda includes the search for a formula for the North American return to the consent sealed in 2015.

“We have agreed to this restart to remove illegal and inhumane sanctions,” he said in a message from Baqeri Kani posted on social media.

So far, they have held six rounds of talks to reactivate PIAC, abandoned by Washington in May 2018.

Negotiations went on hiatus since last June due to the Iranian presidential elections that brought Ebrahim Raisi to the first magistracy of the country of the Persians.

Iran demands tangible results in this dialogue that are favorable to its interests and, furthermore, the commitment of the other parties to honor what is stipulated.

A total and irreversible lifting of the coercive measures imposed by the United States and the adherence to the original PIAC, contemplate the demands of the Islamic republic.

After the North American exit, the White House adopted a so-called maximum pressure policy to which the European signatories of the agreement agreed and Tehran responded with maximum resistance.

Thus Iranians began to reduce their commitments, although they never violated the PIAC, because that response was part of what was allowed in the treaty.

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