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Mohammad Marandi, adviser to the Iranian negotiating team at the Vienna talks on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, said that Iran wants an agreement at the talks that will ensure its rights, Mehr reports.

In response to the joint statement of the European countries (France, Britain and Germany) on Iran, Mohammad Marandi told Al Mayadeen that Iran has not violated the nuclear agreement and that the three European countries are following the White House policy.

Iran knows that without a lasting agreement and an end to the West's baseless accusations, any nuclear deal will fail, he added.

Earlier, France, Britain and Germany expressed their disappointment over Iran's demand in the negotiations for the renewal of the 2015 nuclear agreement that the UN nuclear watchdog close the investigation on uranium particles found at three sites.

Diplomats said Iran's response to the EU coordinator was a step backward as it tries to link the revival of the agreement to the closure of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) investigation into uranium traces.

Then-U.S. President Donald Trump unilaterally abandoned the nuclear deal in 2018 and reimposed sanctions on Iran. After Joe Biden came to power, the U.S. decided to return to the nuclear deal and initiated months of talks in Vienna to revive the JCPOA.

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