US and Iran to hold indirect talks on the nuclear deal in Vienna, a first step toward a major goal for Biden

Summary List PlacementThe US and Iran will send officials to Vienna next week to participate in talks aimed at restoring the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, but they will not communicate directly.
“Iran and the US will be in the same town, but not the same room,” a European diplomatic source told Reuters. 
Iran’s top diplomat, Javad Zarif, in a tweet said there would be no US-Iran meeting. “Unnecessary,” Zarif said.
Regardless, this marks a major step toward one of President Joe Biden’s top foreign policy goals.
The talks in Vienna are set to begin on Tuesday. 
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