Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that his country presented initiatives and proposals related to the nuclear agreement during the visit of the European Union's envoy for nuclear negotiations, Enrique Mora, to Tehran.

Zadeh described the talks of the European envoy in Tehran last week as good, explaining that they are waiting for Washington's response to some of the Iranian proposals submitted to Mora.

He said during a press conference that if Washington takes its political decision, it can be said that it is a good step to advance the negotiations.

He added that what Tehran wants is to get its rights in the nuclear deal and nothing more.

Zadeh indicated that US President Joe Biden must choose between adhering to the nuclear agreement or continuing the policy of former US President Donald Trump, as he put it, pointing out that his country can return to Vienna if Washington responds to the Iranian proposals.

In the same context, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov stressed that the text of the resumption of the Iranian nuclear agreement is almost ready, and that the problem lies in the political decision.

The European Union's envoy for nuclear negotiations, Enrique Mora, arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Tuesday.

It is noteworthy that an Iranian official told Al Jazeera in previous statements that 6 issues form the core of the main differences with the United States in the nuclear negotiations, and that achieving the agreement depends on America's seriousness and good intentions.

According to the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, what "Tehran wants is to obtain its rights in the nuclear agreement and nothing more," stressing that the Russian war on Ukraine and the dispute with the West could affect Russia's role in the negotiations.

More than a year ago, Iran and the powers included in the 2015 agreement (France, Britain, Germany, Russia and China) began talks in Vienna in which the United States indirectly participated, which unilaterally withdrew from the agreement in 2018 under former President Donald Trump.

Talks about the Iranian nuclear file stopped last March for several reasons, most notably Tehran's insistence that Washington remove the Iranian Revolutionary Guard from the list of foreign terrorist organizations.