WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Iran added demands unrelated to discussions on its nuclear program throughout the newest talks and has made alarming progress on enriching uranium, the U.S. envoy for talks on reinstating a nuclear deal mentioned on Tuesday.
U.S. Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley mentioned that there was a proposal on the desk for a timeline by which Iran may come again into compliance with the nuclear deal and Washington may ease sanctions on Tehran.
He mentioned Iran added new demands, together with on the newest negotiations final week in Doha.
“They have, together with in Doha, added demands that I believe anybody taking a look at this may be considered as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, issues that they’ve needed in the previous,” he mentioned in an interview with National Public Radio.
Those included demands that the United States and the Europeans have mentioned couldn’t be a part of negotiations to revive the nation’s 2015 nuclear settlement with world powers.
“The dialogue that basically must happen proper now shouldn’t be a lot between us and Iran, though we’re ready to have that. It’s between Iran and itself. They want to return to a conclusion about whether or not they’re now ready to return again into compliance with the deal.”
(Reporting by Doina Chiacu; Editing by Andrew Heavens and Alex Richardson)