This is how the US President defines the latest negotiations with Iran in a video circulated on Twitter (and he did not deny).
“Explosive” content leaked. For US President Joe Biden, the international Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) is “dead”: this can be heard confirmed in a video circulated on Twitter, the authenticity of which the White House did not deny.
In the footage, the date and location of which has not been determined but appears to be a campaign rally that took place last month, the White House chief can be heard saying the agreement is “dead but we’re not going to make it public.”
US President Joe Biden: “The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the Iranian nuclear deal) is dead, but we will not announce it.” pic.twitter.com/gPa0y2AfX4
– AZ (azgeopolitics) December 20, 2022
The National Security Council spokesman, John Kirby, confirmed, “The president’s remarks are entirely consistent with what we’ve been saying on the JCPOA, and it’s not a priority for us at this time.” “There is no progress in the Iranian understanding at the present time, and we do not expect any progress at any time in the foreseeable future,” he added.
Negotiations began in Vienna in April 2021 to re-launch the nuclear deal, but the situation has been stuck in a stalemate for some time.
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