Iran responds against talks on including new participants to nuclear deal

A statement from Iran’s foreign ministry rejected the inclusion of any new participants to the nuclear deal, following talks on Saudi involvement

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On 30 January, a statement from the Iranian Foreign Ministry refused talks concerning the participation of any new states in the JCPOA, including Saudi Arabia. The statement emerged after French President Emmanuel Macron spoke about the inclusion of Saudi Arabia in negotiations, should new talks on the matter commence.

In the statement, Iran’s spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Saeed Khatibzadeh stated that in the agreement, ratified by UN Security Council Resolution 2231, the parties to the deal are unchangeable and non-negotiable.

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