Sources told Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath that the Iranian regime’s Compliance Council is examining America’s response to observations on the formula for the nuclear deal. Sources confirmed that the nuclear deal will be signed on September 5 if the Council approves the American response.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry announced that it received a response from the United States for its comments on the final text of the nuclear deal.
A spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry said that Tehran has begun to carefully study the US response and its opinion will be conveyed to the European coordinator.
On Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed that Washington remains committed to the diplomatic path for a reciprocal return to the nuclear deal with Iran.
State Department spokesman Ned Price told Al Arabiya that it is in the interest of the United States to mutually withdraw the nuclear deal with Iran.
He also stressed that diplomacy is the best option to curb Iran’s nuclear program.
Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath correspondent reported earlier today that Washington rejected all additional conditions that Tehran had applied in response to the European proposal.
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