Iran Ready for Direct Talks With European Parties to 2015 Nuclear Deal

(Reuters) -
Police officers stand outside a hotel, where a meeting of the JCPOA Joint Commission, or Iran nuclear deal, was held, in Vienna, Austria, in April. (Reuters/Leonhard Foeger)

Iran is ready to hold talks with European parties to the 2015 nuclear pact, Iranian Press news channel quoted an unnamed source as saying on Wednesday, while the country’s top nuclear negotiator is in Brussels to discuss a resumption of stalled nuclear talks.

Iran has formally voiced preparedness for direct talks with the three European parties to the nuclear deal,” the source told Press news channel.

Iran invited the three states for visits to Tehran or offered trips to the trio’s respective capitals for such talks, but it has received no response so far,” the source added.