TEHRAN, October 20 (MNA) – Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said that the Islamic Republic of Iran is determined to resume Vienna talks if other parties comply with all their obligations under JCPOA Mohammad Eslami Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) made the remarks in a meeting with Austrian Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran Wolfgang Dietrich Heim on Wednesday, during which he said that Iran is determined to return to nuclear talks in Vienna if other parties involved in nuclear talks live up to their JCPOA commitments.
Turning to non-copliance of Europe and US with their commitments under JCPOA, Eslami emphasized that Iran is serious to resume Vienna talks in case other parties fulfill all their JCPOA obligations.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the AEOI chief referred to the long history of cooperation between Iran and Austria in various fields and praised the positive approach of Austria to political issues.
Regarding the issue of JCPOA and nuclear talks, he stated that the Islamic Republic of Iran has adhered to its JCPOA obligations for a long time unilaterally while the United States withdrew from JCPOA and subsequently, European countries participating in nuclear talks including France, Germany and US failed to live up to their commitments.
Austrian envoy to Tehran, for his turn, referred to the history of his country's hosting of JCPOA talks in Vienna and said that Austria is ready for any kind of assistance to advance the positive process of nuclear talks and will spare no effort to make necessary cooperation in this regard.