A representative of the European External Action Service (EEAS) will also attend the meeting.
The US envoy to Iran is expected to hold talks with France, Germany and the United Kingdom (E3) in Paris on Friday on the re-launch of talks with Tehran on nuclear energy, we learned Thursday from consensual diplomatic sources.
On his return from a visit to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, a spokesman for the US state said, “After consulting with partners in the region, US envoy to Iran Rob Malle will meet his E3 counterparts in Paris on Friday ” the department said on Thursday.
A French diplomatic source said a representative of the European External Action Service (EEAS) would also attend the meeting.
The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog, Rafael Grossi, expressed concern on Tuesday that he has not yet met senior Iranian leaders, which were provided for in the September 12 agreement with Tehran.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) then struck a new agreement with Iran on monitoring the Iranian nuclear program, raising hopes of an imminent resumption of talks in Vienna to save the deal on nuclear energy concluded in 2015, suspending a new Since the election of the Iranian president in June.
Separately, Israel on Monday approved a budget of about 5 billion shekels (1.3 billion euros), to be used in the event of a possible strike against Iran.
The NIS 5 billion budget is made up of NIS 3 billion from the previous budget and an additional NIS 2 billion from the next budget to be voted on by the government in November.
This includes funding for a variety of aircraft, intelligence-gathering drones and the unique weapons needed to attack such, which are expected to target fortified underground nuclear sites, according to the report.
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