Iran is ready to return to nuclear agreement but distrusts the U.S.

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Based on statements by the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Saeed Khatibzadeh, the source pointed out that the return of the Islamic Republic to fulfill all its obligations depends only on the other party to the nuclear pact.

However, Khatibzadeh indicated, it is not only trust, because within what is signed in the pact there are details of mutual mistrust, ‘the important thing will derive from the behavior of the next US government.

Tehran and the 5 + 1 group (the United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia and China plus Germany) sealed the Jcpoa in 2015, but in May 2018 Washington abandoned it.

A year later Iran began to cut its commitments with announcements to the International Atomic Energy Organization (IAEA).

In such a way that it began the enrichment of uranium to a higher purity, stored more heavy water and put more modern and efficient centrifuges in operation, all of which exceeded what was established in the nuclear agreement.

These measures responded to the inaction of the European triad on the re-imposition of punishment measures by the White House against the Islamic Republic.

In any case, Iran is willing to reverse those decisions if PIAC returns to its origins, Tehran authorities reiterated.

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