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The US hopes that Iran will ‘engage’ after the nuclear censor scheme is dropped by Europeans

State Department spokesman Ned Price said the United States was “pleased” that Europeans withdrew the measure at the International Atomic Energy Agency meeting in Vienna.

The United States said on Thursday that it is expected that Iran will “engage” in diplomacy after European allies plan to stop Tehran at the UN’s nuclear watchdog.

State Department spokesman Ned Price said the United States was “pleased” that Europeans withdrew the measure at the International Atomic Energy Agency meeting in Vienna.

“We look forward to engaging in a way forward with a strong interest for Iran’s will, which leads to credible, tangible progress,” Price told reporters.

The Europeans had planned to submit a resolution that would criticize Tehran’s level of compliance with oversight but dropped the move amid efforts by IAEA chief Rafael Grossi to compromise with Iran.

The move was taken after Iran did not get the time right for a proposed meeting with the United States under the auspices of the European Union over the abolition of the 2015 denuclearization agreement.

“We have stated very clearly that what we are ready to do is engage in constructive dialogue. This offering is on the table.

Iran has insisted that it will not return to full compliance until the United States withdraws sanctions imposed by former President Donald Trump.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Wednesday that the United States would ease sanctions as Iran returned to the pact.

“We are very clear that Iran has to come back in compliance with its obligations under the nuclear deal, and if it does, we will do the same thing,” Palkin told PBS Newshour.

“And that would include, if they do, some sanctions relief.”

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