Iran Talks Resume, Gingerly, After Attack on Nuclear Site

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Talks resumed today in austria. Intended to get the us back into the two thousand fifteen iran nuclear agreement npr's peter kenyon reports. Us and european officials are criticizing as provocative. Iran's decision to start producing. Sixty percent enriched uranium. Some wondered if the nuclear diplomacy would even continue after an attack on iran natanz nuclear site early sunday and tehran's response that it would enrich fuel to sixty percent but iran supreme leader declared iran would continue though the offer so far were quote not worth looking at secretary of state. Anthony blinken said. The higher enrichment called into question iran seriousness about restoring the agreement which restricts iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. President biden is hoping that reviving the deal could lead to new talks on other issues. Such as iran's ballistic missile program.

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