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He emphasized that the United States always had the option to return sanctions if needed


US President-elect Joe Biden affirmed that in the event that Iran strictly and completely complies with the nuclear agreement, the United States will rejoin the nuclear agreement as a starting point to pursue negotiations and lift the sanctions imposed on Iran.

Biden and his national security team believe that once the deal is restored by the two sides, there should be in a very short time a round of negotiations to seek to prolong the period of restrictions on Iran’s production of materials that can be used to build a bomb, as well as to address Iran’s malign regional activities, through its proxies in Lebanon. And Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

The Biden team believes that the negotiations should be expanded. It includes not only the signatories of the 2015 agreement (Iran, the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany, and the European Union), but also Iran’s Arab neighbors, especially Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Biden said in an interview with the American “New York Times”: “In consultation with our allies and partners, we will participate in negotiations and agreements to tighten and lengthen Iran’s nuclear restrictions, as well as address the missile program.” He emphasized that the United States always had the option to return sanctions if needed.

The Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, in an interview with CNN on November 23, said that Saudi Arabia should be part of any possible negotiations between the next US administration and Iran regarding a new nuclear agreement.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is seeking to enter into a partnership with the US administration on a possible new agreement. This not only limits Iran’s nuclear activities, but also seeks to counter its malign activities in the region.

The Saudi Foreign Minister from the Saudi city of Neom stated that such an agreement could be called “JCPOA ++”.

Biden: We will return to the Iranian nuclear agreement, provided … with the participation of Saudi Arabia and the UAE

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US President-elect Joe Biden affirmed that in the event that Iran strictly and completely complies with the nuclear agreement, the United States will rejoin the nuclear agreement as a starting point to pursue negotiations and lift the sanctions imposed on Iran.

Biden and his national security team believe that once the deal is restored by the two sides, there should be in a very short time a round of negotiations to seek to prolong the period of restrictions on Iran’s production of materials that can be used to build a bomb, as well as to address Iran’s malign regional activities, through its proxies in Lebanon. And Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

The Biden team believes that the negotiations should be expanded. It includes not only the signatories of the 2015 agreement (Iran, the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany, and the European Union), but also Iran’s Arab neighbors, especially Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Biden said in an interview with the American “New York Times”: “In consultation with our allies and partners, we will participate in negotiations and agreements to tighten and lengthen Iran’s nuclear restrictions, as well as address the missile program.” He emphasized that the United States always had the option to return sanctions if needed.

The Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, in an interview with CNN on November 23, said that Saudi Arabia should be part of any possible negotiations between the next US administration and Iran regarding a new nuclear agreement.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is seeking to enter into a partnership with the US administration on a possible new agreement. This not only limits Iran’s nuclear activities, but also seeks to counter its malign activities in the region.

The Saudi Foreign Minister from the Saudi city of Neom stated that such an agreement could be called “JCPOA ++”.

02 December 2020 – 17 Rabi al-Thani 1442

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He emphasized that the United States always had the option to return sanctions if needed

US President-elect Joe Biden affirmed that in the event that Iran strictly and completely complies with the nuclear agreement, the United States will rejoin the nuclear agreement as a starting point to pursue negotiations and lift the sanctions imposed on Iran.

Biden and his national security team believe that once the deal is restored by the two sides, there should be in a very short time a round of negotiations to seek to prolong the period of restrictions on Iran’s production of materials that can be used to build a bomb, as well as to address Iran’s malign regional activities, through its proxies in Lebanon. And Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

The Biden team believes that the negotiations should be expanded. It includes not only the signatories of the 2015 agreement (Iran, the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany, and the European Union), but also Iran’s Arab neighbors, especially Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Biden said in an interview with the American “New York Times”: “In consultation with our allies and partners, we will participate in negotiations and agreements to tighten and lengthen Iran’s nuclear restrictions, as well as address the missile program.” He emphasized that the United States always had the option to return sanctions if needed.

The Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, in an interview with CNN on November 23, said that Saudi Arabia should be part of any possible negotiations between the next US administration and Iran regarding a new nuclear agreement.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is seeking to enter into a partnership with the US administration on a possible new agreement. This not only limits Iran’s nuclear activities, but also seeks to counter its malign activities in the region.

The Saudi Foreign Minister from the Saudi city of Neom stated that such an agreement could be called “JCPOA ++”.

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