Talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal have resumed in Vienna. The talks are aimed at bringing the United States back into the deal, which was abandoned by former President Donald Trump in 2018. The deal would limit Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.
The Iran nuclear deal was signed in 2015 by Iran and six world powers: the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, and China. The deal limited Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.
In 2018, former President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the deal. He argued that the deal was not strong enough and that it did not do enough to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
The United States’ withdrawal from the deal led to Iran gradually increasing its nuclear activities. Iran has now enriched uranium to 60%, which is much higher than the 3.67% limit set by the deal.
The talks in Vienna are aimed at bringing the United States back into the deal. The United States has said that it is willing to return to the deal if Iran first returns to compliance with the deal.
The talks are complex and difficult. There are many issues that need to be resolved, including the lifting of sanctions and Iran’s nuclear activities. However, the talks are a positive development, and they offer the best chance for a diplomatic solution to the Iran nuclear crisis.