Talks to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal remain stalled due to key sticking points.
Experts and Tehran-watchers say the public uprising and Iranian government’s violent crackdown have potentially killed any prospect of putting the negotiations back on track.
Opinion divided in Iran over the future of bilateral relations with Britain under Liz Truss, who had annoyed Tehran’s leadership with a hardline stance on nuclear talks.
Tehran's response, aimed at reviving Tehran's 2015 accord with world powers, was sent to EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, state media report.
The nuclear deal would see sanctions lifted against Iran in exchange for restricting its rapidly advancing nuclear program.
The US responds to Iran's suggestions on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal as momentum builds to bring back the landmark agreement trashed by former president Donald Trump.
Israel is waging a "last-minute" offensive to convince its allies to halt talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal with a flurry of diplomatic trips, calls to Western leaders and press briefings.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell says Iran gave a reasonable response to the bloc's proposal to revive the 2015 nuclear accord, which he hopes the US will also respond positively to as early as this week.
US said it will respond to the European Union's "final" text on reviving the deal in private without giving a timeline.
The West says Russia might use the Iranian satellite for spying purposes in regard to the Ukraine conflict. But experts say Russia already has a powerful reconnaissance capacity.
Officials from world powers and Iran are meeting in the Austrian capital for the first time since March, when negotiations — which began in 2021 to reintegrate the United States into the agreement — stalled.
The abruptly called meeting in Vienna comes after the EU foreign affairs chief has repeatedly pushed to salvage the deal in past weeks.
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