At UN, West frustrated by slow pace with Iran

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The United States and European Union voiced frustration at the UN this week over the slow pace with Iran, saying its new government showed no indication it was ready to revive a nuclear accord. Iran’s new ultraconservative president, Ebrahim Raisi, strongly denounced the United States in a video address to the General Assembly Tuesday and indicated he backed a return to indirect talks with the United States in Vienna, although he did not give a timeline. “We don’t have yet an agreement by Iran to return to the talks in Vienna,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken told reporters Thursday before l…

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