Iran Says IAEA Director To Visit Soon

Iran Says IAEA Director To Visit Soon

Andrew H. Sweet

Two weeks before the world powers and Iran are set to resume the nuclear talks, the United Nations nuclear watchdog will visit Iran "soon," said Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesperson.

An article in the administration-run Iran Newspaper presented Iran's positions ahead of the talks designed to get the United States back into the deal it exited in 2018.

The article presented five points ahead of the talks. The first point was that the talks would not be about Iran's missiles, regional policies, or nuclear plans. Rather, it will be about getting back into the JCPOA and nothing more.

The second point is that the United States will have to pay for damages for leaving the JCPOA. The third point is that the United States must remove all sanctions under the Obama and Trump eras. The fourth point is that the removal of sanctions must be verifiable. The fifth point is that the United States must agree to never leave the JCPOA again.

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