Iran Nuclear Talks Resume in Vienna

Uranium enrichment has expanded in Iran. 

Negotiators from the U.S., the European Union, and Iran resumed their months-long indirect talks over Tehran’s abandoned nuclear deal. The resumption of the Vienna talks, called suddenly on Wednesday, appear not to include high-level representation from the countries that were part of the 2015 deal Iran made with world powers.  

At the same time, international inspectors are reporting that the Islamic Republic is expanding its uranium enrichment. 

There is growing skepticism over the prospects for a deal to restore the accord. The top diplomat for the EU warned that “the space for additional significant compromises has been exhausted.” 

U.S. Special Representative for Iran Rob Malley stated that “our expectations are in check.” 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Ambassador Malley as he participates in nuclear negotiations in Vienna.
  • For the officials of the U.S., EU, and Iran as they discuss terms for a potential agreement.
  • For wisdom for the president and his advisors as they consider the concessions Iran has requested.

Sources: CBS News, NY Times


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