EU plan to revive Iranian nuclear deal leaked — Analysis
Al Jazeera reports the US is required to pay a civil penalty for any violation of the agreement.
According to Al Jazeera, Friday’s Vienna talks proposal by the EU would see the immediate lifting of all sanctions against over 160 Iranian entities (including banks) in return for Tehran scaling back its nuclear activities. “informed sources.”
Brussels called the proposal previously “final”The media outlet stated that the four-stage process would require at least 120 days and it will be completed in four phases. It is described as follows: “first day”The sanctions against 17 Iranian banks would be lifted and the bans on 150 other entities economic will be lifted after it is signed. Tehran will, on its part, return to all its obligations under the agreement and would scale back nuclear activity.
According to the report, implementation of the accord will also require the release of $7 Billion in Iranian funds currently held in South Korea.
Iran is allowed to export 50,000,000 barrels of crude oil during the 120-day period following the signing. “verification mechanism,”Al Jazeera quoted its sources. The Islamic Republic will be able export 2.5 million barrels per hour after that time.
Al Jazeera stated that the US would have to pay a penalty if the deal is broken again. However, it did not disclose the amount nor where the money would be going.
Iran responded to the offer in writing on Monday without disclosing its specifics. “There are three issues that if resolved, we can reach an agreement in the coming days,”Hossein Amirabdollahian, Iranian Foreign Minister, stated at that time. “We have shown enough flexibility… We do not want to reach a deal that after 40 days, two months or three months, fails to be materialized on the ground,” he added, warning that Tehran’s “red lines”Should be observed.
An earlier statement by the US indicated that they could revive the 2015 nuclear agreement if Iran dropped its sanctions. “extraneous” demands, which included an end to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) probe into unexplained uranium traces in Iran and the removal of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) from the American terrorism list.
Al Jazeera, reporting Friday from Vienna, said that Tehran was not seeking removal from the list.
Politico last week reported that the EU proposed easing the US sanctions against the IRGC in an effort to revive 2015’s deal. Washington had also been reported by the news outlet. “to make greater concessions than expected”You can revive the sale.
Politico claims that the proposal text included Washington, Brussels and other words. “take note of Iran’s intent”to resolve the IAEA probe before the agreement goes into effect again.
In 2015, Iran, France (UK), France and Germany signed the Iranian nuclear agreement, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. It was also signed by Russia, China and the EU. In exchange for sanctions relief, Iran agreed to restrict its nuclear program. Trump unilaterally pulled out of the agreement in 2018. Since the beginning of 2018, talks to revive the agreement have been ongoing in Vienna.