Since its inception in 2022, there has been a more aggressive approach by state authorities to negotiate to revive the historic nuclear deal.
Qatar’s relations with Tehran are seen as complementing the nuclear deal negotiations in Vienna, Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Tani said communication between Doha and Iran was negotiated. He said it was not an “alternative” to “alternative” but rather a “supporting factor”.according to Al Jazeera Report.
The Foreign Minister expressed a positive outlook on the potential success of the talks. say it: “We believe that the nuclear agreement opens up the prospect of broader regional cooperation and dialogue with Iran.”
Further top diplomats repetition Qatar’s Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Tani told the World Economic Forum in Davos in May that Doha was not an “official” intermediary, but it is common to the United States and Iran. The role of his country in trying to find a point.
“Iran is our neighbor. We have a good understanding and good relationship with Iran and our role is to help and encourage all parties to return to this agreement. “He said at the time.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdrahian on Sunday Said: “We welcome a good, strong and lasting agreement. If US / E3 is realistic, it is within reach.”
Qatar’s stance on nuclear transactions
In late May, Sheikh Mohammed said gaining a common base for nuclear deals between Iran and related world powers would increase stability in the Gulf region and help oil markets.
“Pushing additional Iranian oil into the market will help stabilize oil prices and reduce inflation,” said the best diplomat, according to the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Minister hopes that Amir Sheikh Tamim’s visit to Tehran and his European tour in early May will help “return” the nuclear agreement, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Said. Jazira said.
During his visit to Germany last month, Amir expressed optimism at a press conference in Germany on Iran’s nuclear files. “Agreement has been reached between the parties to the nuclear agreement and Qatar is ready to participate in the resolution. This dispute.”
Qatar’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Majed Mohammad al Ansari said the Gulf countries are “very optimistic” about the progress of nuclear negotiations to achieve “peace and stability in the Gulf region.” rice field.
“We hope that an agreement will be reached as soon as possible that will satisfy all parties and guarantee Iran’s right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy,” Al Ansari added.
Discussions centered on the possibility of recovery of the JCPOA are ongoing.
Indirect negotiations between Iran and the United States began in Vienna in April 2021 with the participation of p4 + 1, the United Kingdom, France, China, Russia and Germany.
Progress was evident during the first round as both Tehran and Washington agreed to form two working groups.
One such group focused on lifting US sanctions on Islamic republic, and the other focused on Tehran’s nuclear facilities. Negotiations later stalled, and more sanctions were imposed on already affected countries.
Tehran also increased uranium production to 60% in response to a series of attacks on nuclear sites, including the Natants facility. Iran has accused Israel of opposition to the resurrection of the nuclear deal.
Israel’s claim to Iran’s nuclear weapons development has long been used as a means of justifying hostility to Iran, as well as the continued occupation of Palestine.
Tel Aviv itself possesses nuclear weapons.
Iran states that enrichment is the production of radiopharmaceuticals and condemns the alleged debate about the development of nuclear weapons.