The deal with Iran | Nuclear Weapons News – Al Jazeera English

A restored nuclear deal with Iran was “closer than ever,” according to negotiators, when war broke out in Ukraine.
Now, stung by the US reneging on the last deal, many Iranians are holding back their hopes of freedom from stifling sanctions.
What are the main sticking points? As war rages in Europe, could there be a thaw in relations with Iran?
In this episode: 
Maziar Motamedi (@MotamediMaziar) Iran correspondent for @AJEnglish Digital
Asal Alizade (@asal_alizade) Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Researcher
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Iran­ian ne­go­tia­tor says deal is ‘clos­er than ever’ as US State De­part­ment stress­es that days ahead will be ‘de­ci­sive’.
The leg­is­la­tors’ show of force comes as an agree­ment may be reached in Vi­en­na with world pow­ers with­in days.
Iran’s mut­ed re­sponse to the Ukraine in­va­sion re­flects its ties with Rus­sia dur­ing the past few decades.
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