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4 November 2021

A U.S. diplomatic spokesperson remarked that “what the JCPOA put forward was a permanent, was a verifiable mechanism to ensure that Iran is never able or allowed to acquire a nuclear weapon”, and added: “if we are able to achieve a mutual return to compliance, we will then use that JCPOA as a baseline to negotiate… not only to lengthen and strengthen the provisions of the deal, but to put on the table and to discuss, in a productive and hopefully useful way, other issues of concern, issues that are of concern not only to the U.S., but also of concern to our allies and partners in the region as well”.

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