Washington: US President Joe Biden has hinted at negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, US President Joe Biden said in an online address to the Munich Security Conference that the United States is ready to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran.
The US president said he would work closely with European and other partners to restore the nuclear deal with Iran.
On the other hand, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has demanded that if the United States wants to restore the nuclear deal with Iran, it should not take action, the 1st step must be taken by the United States.
It should be noted that Iran has also demanded the lifting of sanctions imposed by Trump on the United States.
Recently, US Secretary of State Anthony Blankenship said that Biden wanted to restore the nuclear deal with Iran, but he rejected pressure from Iran to take the initiative.
It should be noted that the United States had reached an agreement with Iran in 2015 under which Iran agreed to suspend its nuclear program. However, former US President Donald Trump announced the termination of the agreement reached by the Barack Obama administration and again imposed strict sanctions on Iran.