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Iran says nuclear deal's revival up to US

According to Iranian media, hopes are fading that the nuclear deal can be revived. 
Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian (R) attends a press conference with Josep Borell.

After nearly a month since the last round of indirect negotiations between Tehran and Washington to revive the Iran nuclear deal, hopes are fading that the countries can resolve their differences.

Nasser Kanani, a spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry, said at a press conference today when asked about the state of the negotiations that the policy of the Ebrahim Raisi administration is to not tie the country’s economic situation to the nuclear negotiations. He added, “Iran sees the negotiations as a serious and committed choice and will not leave the negotiations until there is a good, strong and durable agreement.”

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