The negotiators of the Vienna nuclear deal have made progress on how the US will return to fulfilling its commitments under the agreement, Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said, Report informs referring to TASS.

“We have made good progress on how the US will return to its commitments,” Khatibzadeh said. The diplomat added that “negotiations are taking place on technical issues. I want to draw your attention to the fact that the nuclear deal itself is not negotiable.”

He noted that the negotiations “are going very difficult, because Iran must make sure that the US will really fulfill all its commitments this time.”

Iranian authorities will not rush to negotiate a nuclear deal and make additional concessions to revive the agreement, Iran’s government spokesman Ali Rabiei said. “We hope that the constructive negotiations that we are conducting will lead to a result that will satisfy all parties,” he said. “However, in any case, we are not in a hurry and will not make concessions outside the nuclear deal in order to exercise our obvious rights.”

He added that “from a technical point of view, there is an opportunity to quickly lift the sanctions that run counter to the nuclear deal” and “completely revive the agreement.”