White House Spokeswoman: US has no plan to ease sanctions on Iran

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US President Joe Biden says America stands ready to “re-engage” with the group of countries that are party to a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, less than three years after his predecessor, Donald Trump, pulled Washington out of the multilateral deal. Giving a speech via video-link to the Munich Security Conference on Friday, Biden said his administration was “prepared to re-engage in negotiations” within the “P5+1” of countries, which initially negotiated the nuclear deal with Iran — namely France, Britain, Germany, the US, Russia and China. Biden was merely repeating his administration’s position, announced by his officials a day earlier, that the United States was prepared to join the Europeans in the diplomatic process with Iran on reviving the nuclear deal, stopping short of giving a more detailed explanation of America’s plans regarding the accord — formally called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

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