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News i Agency – Kremlin: Borjam can be returned to its original form

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Russian President Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Thursday confirmed that Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden also discussed Iran during their meeting in Geneva yesterday, News i Agency reported. They pointed out that Burjam can be returned to its original form.

According to the Russian news agency Tass, Peskov in an interview with the Voice of Moscow radio network, referring to the meeting between Putin and Biden yesterday, stated that the presidents of the United States and Russia discussed the issue of Burjam at their meeting in Geneva. Moscow expects a full US return to the Iran nuclear deal.

“There were special plans,” he said, referring to the differences between Moscow and Washington over the UN Security Council. The important thing is that Borjam can be returned to its original form. “There is momentum and hope to improve the current situation.”

The Kremlin spokesman also referred to other aspects of the Putin-Biden dialogue, including the Syrian issue, and said that the dialogue between the Russian and US armies in Syria is very important and should be supported.

Yesterday evening, the presidents of Russia and the United States (Putin and Biden) met in Geneva for the first time in 10 years and discussed various issues, and Iran was one of the focal points of the talks between the presidents of Russia and the United States. Meeting with Putin, he said he talked about what he called “preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.”

Biden said there was an agreement between the United States and Russia that Iran should not acquire a nuclear weapon.

Despite the Islamic Republic’s adherence to the provisions of Borjam, on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 (May 18, 1397), Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from Borjam and ordered the resumption of suspended sanctions against Iran.

Joe Biden’s government officials have repeatedly acknowledged the failure of the maximum pressure policy, but have so far refused to take the necessary steps to return to the agreement.

Washington says it is only willing to lift some sanctions against Iran if the two sides return to the Security Council. Washington’s claim comes at a time when Iran’s commitments are somewhat verifiable, but verification of the lifting of sanctions takes at least three to six months.

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