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Iran has most transparent nuclear program among IAEA members: Envoy
Iran’s nuclear energy program is one of the most transparent among those run by the member states of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and has been subject to the largest number of inspections by the agency, said the Iranian permanent ambassador to international organizations in Vienna.
Iran to operate 174 IR-M2 centrifuges at Natanz facility: Senior diplomat
Tehran will operate 174 advanced IR-M2 centrifuges at Natanz nuclear facility, said Iran's Permanent Representative to the International Organizations in Vienna, Austria, Kazem Gharibabadi.
Normalization of JCPOA situation not related to missile program: Russian diplomat
Russia’s ambassador and permanent representative to the International Organizations in Vienna, Austria, in a Twitter message said normalization of situation around Iran nuclear deal has nothing to do with its missile program.
Iran to E3: Stop blame game and return to JCPOA commitments
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman urged France, Germany, Britain instead of playing a blame game against Tehran, to fully implement their commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran dismisses NYT report on contact with Biden’s advisers
Iran on Friday dismissed as “yellow journalism” a report by The New York Times about efforts by Iranian diplomats to hint Tehran’s “insistence” that Washington “unconditionally” rejoin the nuclear agreement of 2015.
Iran needs to benefit from JCPOA in return for limiting nuclear work: EU’s top diplomat
The European Union foreign policy chief has said Iran should gain the economic benefits of the 2015 nuclear deal in exchange for restrictions on its nuclear work.
EU says full implementation of Iran nuclear deal ‘essential’
The European Union on Wednesday voiced “resolute commitment” to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal – known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), saying the full implementation of the landmark accord is “essential”.
Trump’s squeaky wheel did not get the grease
By Mahmoud Movahed, Expert on Legal and International Affairs
Iranian Speaker: Biden’s administration must rejoin JCPOA unconditionally
Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf urged the new US administration to resume respecting the 2015 nuclear deal without any preconditions and make up for the harm its predecessor has done to the people of Iran.
European troika still seeking to maintain JCPOA: Germany
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in a joint press conference with the head of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, said that Germany, France and Britain will continue efforts to preserve the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
Germany reiterates commitment to JCPOA, regrets US withdrawal
Germany voiced its support for a multilateral nuclear agreement signed between Iran and world powers in 2015, saying the United States’ move to pull out of the agreement is "regrettable."

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