However, in 2018 President Donald Trump unilaterally pulled out of the JCPOA and reimposed stringent sanctions against the regime in Tehran, accusing it of sponsoring global terrorism.
The Biden administration’s willingness to reengage with Iran drew a strong rebuke from Mike Pompeo.
The former Secretary of State said that Mr Biden had learned nothing from past failures and that trying to bribe Iran with money would not lead to a more peaceful and less dangerous world.
He argued that the only thing that the Islamic Republic understood was power and deterrence.
Speaking to Fox News, he said: “Sounds like we are back to the same idea that you can fundamentally appease tyrants, dictators, theocrats who really mean harm to America.
“We seldom continue to work on a nuclear program that led to a localization and bad outcomes for our friends and allies in the Middle East.”
Last week, the State Department confirmed it would seek to reopen talks with Iran, after Secretary of State Anthony Blinken held meetings with his British, French and German counterparts.
In a statement, State Department spokesman Ned Price said: “The United States would accept an invitation from the European Union High Representative to attend a meeting of the P5+1 and Iran to discuss a diplomatic way forward on Iran’s nuclear program.”
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