Decision follows IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi meeting with Iranian civilian nuclear programme chief Ali Akbar Salehi, as negotiations continue in Vienna to see if Washington and Tehran can re-enter the 2015 deal.
The US has lost its bargaining power with Iran, and its allies have lost faith in its ability to influence the Middle East.
Under the Biden administration, various normalisation efforts have started across the region, ranging from Turkey-Egypt rapprochement, to Iran-Saudi talks.
Blinken and Raab, top diplomats of US and UK, discuss an array of subjects, such as sanctions on Russian citizens, climate crisis and Biden's decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan, in London ahead of G-7 conference.
Could the leaked Javad Zarif tape end up inadvertently giving centrists and reformists a greater chance in the upcoming elections?
The two rivals held first direct talks in years, but experts say several sticking points remain.
The report comes as Washington and Tehran try to revive a 2015 nuclear accord which Riyadh was opposed to and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict.
It's clear that Israel does not want the Iran nuclear deal to be salvaged, but provocations may speed up re-negotiation.
Russian diplomat participating in talks to save 2015 JCPOA accord says meeting in Vienna has been "successful," though salvage efforts will take time.
Officials from Iran, China, Russia, France, Germany and Britain will meet virtually on Friday to discuss a possible return of the US to the 2015 nuclear deal, the European Union said in a statement.
With China and Russia pushing their weight around the region, any further delays on a nuclear deal with Iran will end up costing the US dearly.
Israel and Turkey share a number of areas where they can collaborate to minimise Iranian expansionism, but it will require deft diplomacy and concessions.
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