Bloomberg: An agreement on a nuclear deal can be reached in a few weeks The agreement between the United States and Iran on a nuclear deal under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) can be reached in a few weeks.
Bloomberg writes about this with reference to sources.
According to the agency’s interlocutors, Washington and Tehran are currently unable to agree on a number of key provisions of the “historic nuclear agreement.”
We are talking about verification by international experts of Iran’s past activities in the nuclear field, as well as economic guarantees in case the American side decides to withdraw from the deal again, as ex-US President Donald Trump did in 2018.
Bloomberg’s interlocutors believe that it may take weeks to resolve the differences.
Earlier, the Iranian authorities said that Tehran is ready to return to full compliance with its obligations under the nuclear deal when the United States guarantees the fulfillment of all economic provisions of this agreement.
In 2015, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, Russia, the United States, France and Iran concluded a nuclear deal — the JCPOA, implying the lifting of sanctions in exchange for limiting Iran’s nuclear program. In 2018, the United States announced its withdrawal from the JCPOA and the restoration of sanctions against Iran.