The Iranian government has delivered a draft list of proposals to European powers, as indirect talks between Tehran and Washington over reviving the beleaguered 2015 nuclear deal entered the fourth day of negotiations.

The two draft proposals were introduced on Thursday, a European diplomat confirmed, according to Reuters, presenting a potential way forward after previous rounds of talks resulted in a deadlock.

Iran delivered text on the “lifting of oppressive sanctions and nuclear issues” the country’s official news agency, INRA, said, without giving further details. One of the proposals is understood to focus on Tehran rolling back the measures it took to enrich uranium beyond the limits agreed in the 2015 deal after former US president Donald Trump abruptly abandoned the agreement three years ago. (RT)