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Iran’s reaction to the final nuclear pact draft was “not helpful,” said the State Department.

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Trump withdrew from Obama’s global pact in 2018.

Iran’s reaction to the U.S. attempt to revive the Iran Nuclear Deal through the EU was “not helpful,” the State Department said Friday.

“EU provided us Iran’s answer. We’re researching it and drafting an EU response, but it’s not productive.” The company said something.

A spokesperson for the White House National Security Council named Adrienne Watson noted that “some gaps have closed in recent weeks, but others persist.”

An previous statement from Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs claimed, “The paper that was presented (by Iran) has a favorable tone and is aimed at ending the conversations.”

This heated debate followed 16 months of efforts to revive the global pact that was reached under the Obama administration but which Trump unilaterally abandoned in 2018.

Iran agreed to limit the quantity of uranium it enriches in return for the easing of certain sanctions and IAEA inspections.

The latest IAEA review shows the nation has 3,800 kilos of 60%-enriched uranium, despite the treaty only permitting 300 kilograms.

According to analysts, Iran has enough uranium that has been enriched to a level of 60% to reprocess it into fuel for at least one nuclear weapon.

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