The spokesman for the US National Security Council pointed out that, however, there are still disagreements between the parties.
The United States and Iran have moved closer in the negotiations on the nuclear agreement, the spokesman for the US National Security Council, John Kirby, admitted in an interview for CNN.
“Today we are certainly closer [del acuerdo] than two weeks ago thanks to Iran’s willingness to compromise on a couple of important issues. […] there are still disagreements between all parties, so we have not yet reached that point. We are going to continue working on it,” the US official said.
In addition, he expressed that he expects a positive result from the negotiations and expressed his desire to reach an agreement because “no problem in the Middle East […] it’s easier to solve with an Iran that has nuclear weapons.” He added that US President Joe Biden believes that diplomacy is the “best possible outcome.”
There have been other signs recently that point to a near resolution of the US-Iran negotiations. In this sense, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, revealed on Friday that the nuclear agreement is about to be reached. Meanwhile, Bloomberg reported the same day that the parties were still disputing key details of the deal and “might need several weeks” to resolve their differences.
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