Talks with the US would be possible if they led to «tangible and practical results,» said Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Seyyed Abbas Mousavi during a press conference in Tehran on Monday.
He added, however, that no such signal had been received from the US government «because we know that they are never seeking to have a conversation and an agreement that could lead to an acceptable result... Еще.»
The foreign ministry spokesperson also specified that Tehran is serious about decreasing their «commitments within the JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action]» and threatened to take a «stronger» next step if the situation does not change.
Iran announced in May that it would partially withdraw from the nuclear deal, or JCPOA, signed with the United States and the EU in 2015, from which the Trump administration withdrew in May 2018, re-imposing sanctions on Iran.
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