Vienna adjourns round-8 talks...

Vienna adjourns round-8 talks

 International Desk

 Published: 12:13 PM, 29 January 2022  

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

Vienna have announced breach in round-8 talks held in the Austrian capital, Vienna, on reviving Iran's nuclear deal with the five nations for a week.

The talk have been postponed so that delegates from all countries could return to Vienna with important political decisions from their respective governments.

The European Union (EU) said in a statement on Friday that further talks would begin next week. The eighth round of talks on reviving the nuclear deal began on December 27, and according to Enrique Mora, the EU's deputy foreign minister, is the longest-running dialogue in the dialogue so far.

After the talks were adjourned for a week on Friday, the representatives of Britain, France and Germany issued a joint statement saying 'everyone knows that we have reached the final stage of the talks where a political decision is needed.' Enrique Mora wrote in a Twitter message supporting this view, political decision is needed at this moment.

A French diplomat, speaking on condition of anonymity, told AFP that talks were 'difficult' but that 'results are likely to come out.'

Dialogue to revive Iran's nuclear deal began in April last year with five nations, including Britain, Germany, France, Russia and China. The eighth round of talks started on December 27 and is still going on. Although a US delegation is present in Vienna, they are holding indirect talks rather than engaging in direct dialogue with Iran.