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Britain has warned Iran that it is too late to resume its nuclear deal

While Iran is still skeptical of the US’s intention to lift sanctions on Iran, the British government on Tuesday warned that it was too late to renew the nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the remarks during a telephone call with Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett, according to a statement from the British government.

The door to diplomacy is open

The two leaders also discussed ongoing talks in Vienna on the Iranian nuclear deal, the report said.

“The UK wants the Vienna talks to fully return to the Joint Comprehensive Program (Nuclear Agreement), but we want Iran to handle this matter in good faith,” Johnson said in a statement.

“The door to diplomacy remains open, but the time for an opportunity to reach an agreement is over,” he said.

Johnson & Bennett welcomed the plans to negotiate a free trade agreement between Britain and Israel, and look forward to a joint innovation summit in the UK later this year.

The eighth round of marathon talks between Iran and the 4 + 1 team (Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom and Germany) resumed in the Austrian capital last week.

Following the unilateral withdrawal of the milestone 2015 nuclear deal in May 2018, recent rounds of talks have been held based on Iran’s key demand for the lifting of sanctions by the previous US administration.

Earlier on Tuesday, Russia’s ambassador to Vienna, Austria, said he had discussed unresolved issues with the head of the Iranian negotiating team in Vienna during talks in Vienna to renew the nuclear deal.

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In a similar vein, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid told the South Korean daily Chosan Ilbo on Tuesday: “Iran will never allow the acquisition of military nuclear capabilities, which will push the entire Middle East towards nuclear weapons.”

Iran touches Western “realism”

Johnson’s comments came as Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Gaddafi began to see Western “reality” in talks to renew his country’s nuclear deal, which resumed in Vienna on Monday.

But Zadeh saw that it was not too late to resolve the US seriousness in lifting sanctions on Iran.

Following that, Tehran reiterated its priority to lift sanctions imposed by Washington, and was assured that the US withdrawal would not happen again.

On the other hand, the US and European parties focus on the importance of Iran’s return, and must fully respect its promises under the agreement, which began to retreat from 2019 in response to Washington’s withdrawal.