Iranian and Western officials commenced talks on Tuesday on reviving the embattled nuclear accord in 2015. This is amid the challenge of conflicting associations between Washington and Tehran. This punished United States sanctions on the Islamic Republic and Iran's actions to speed up its nuclear activity.

US, Iran on Nuclear Deal Revival

The 2015 nuclear agreement's parties, which placed restrictions on Iran's nuclear activity in exchange for lifting international sanctions on the nation, had stated on Friday, they would convene in Vienna for talks. Former President, Donald Trump's administration withdrew from the negotiation and imposed sanctions on Iran.

A broad roadmap designated to rescue the Iran nuclear deal undermined by the former president has been agreed upon in talks in Vienna. The initiative was to bring the US and Iran back into compliance in as short as two months. 

Two working groups have been established to evaluate Iran's economic sanctions that the United States will need to lift to return to compliance with United Nations security council resolutions. The steps Iran will need to take to set forth nuclear program in line with the terms set out in the 2015 nuclear deal, reported The Guardian.

The dispute has been ongoing for months regarding who should take the first step towards resuscitating the 2015 deal. The US and Iran are currently engaged in indirect talks in Vienna, Austria. Representatives from six other nations involved in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) -- China, Russia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and the European Union -- are currently engaging in meetings, reported Aljareeza.

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The United States and Iran are slated to start indirect talks on Tuesday in Vienna. The initiative is to recuperate the 2015 agreement that limited Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. The five other global powers are looking to bring the United States back into the 2015 deal and return Iran to its full adherence.

According to President Joe Biden, he would like to return to the landmark settlement. However, six remaining state parties need to think of a way for him to lift the sanctions established by the previous president and Iran to return to the agreed restrictions on its nuclear program, reported VOA.

Iran has stated it will not meet the United States in person until that transpires. Officials from France, the United Kingdom, and Germany are acting as mediators, alternating between two Austrian capital hotels.

Biden's administration participates in high-stakes many-sided deals this week that could ascertain the fate of the Iran nuclear negotiation. Although Iran and the US will not hold direct talks, both nations sent diplomats to Vienna for deals commenced on Tuesday and could be prolonged through the week.

The EU will host the meetings. It will work toward two independent agreements on how the United States and Iran could return to adherence with the negotiation's terms. Biden's predecessor withdrew from the settlement in 2018

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