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Barak Ravid at Walla News tweets the latest on JCPoA talks in Vienna, select comments below:
- "The nuclear negotiators for the E3 – France, Germany and the UK – in coordination with the U.S. told Iranian negotiators in Vienna that the opening proposals they presented in the talks this week were not serious and unacceptable, an E3 diplomat briefed on the talks said. Iranian negotiators led by deputy FM Ali Bagheri Kani presented in Vienna this week two new drafts for an agreement on sanctions relief and for an agreement on measures Iran needs to take in order to roll back its nuclear program in compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal.
- The E3 diplomat said the draft on sanctions relief was extreme and maximalist with the Iranians increasing their sanctions relief demands in comparison to the draft agreement which was achieved with the Rouhani government last June. The second draft on Iranian nuclear measures was also very hardline. The E3 diplomat said the Iranians removed all the previously agreed upon compromise language on steps they will take to roll back their nuclear program in comparison to the draft agreement from June".
- Talks are set to break up later today, with delegates returning to national capitals for instruction. They will then resume next week.