The US remains willing to send a delegation to Vienna to negotiate a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear program, but the time is limited, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at a regular briefing, Report informs referring to the White House website.
“Well, we, of course, keep our partners abreast of our efforts to pursue a diplomatic path forward as it relates to the P5+1 talks with Iran. So, certainly, it was a topic of discussion. I don’t have a full readout quite yet, as it was happening earlier today. But, in terms of where things stand, that continues to be our preferred path, our preferred choice. We believe diplomacy is – should always be the first option,” she said.
“And I think you may have all seen the Secretary of State convey this weekend that time is not unlimited, and that remains the case. But we continue to pursue those – pursue those negotiations. Our team remains prepared to return for another round of discussions, but I don’t have an update on when those might occur,” Psaki added.