Iran Nuclear Talks Stall as Tehran Toughens Stance

Talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal stalled on Friday, with Western allies warning the work was a step nearer to collapse following Tehran’s negotiators scarcely inched from their stance about a week of negotiations.

Western diplomats said Iran’s new negotiating workforce, signing up for talks for the initially time given that tough-line Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi took workplace in August, ramped up their circumstances for a return to the deal whilst eschewing several of the compromises that Tehran experienced agreed to in the course of the initially six rounds of talks from April to June to restrain its long run nuclear operate.