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Iran's hopes for economic recovery dashed by IAEA condemnation

In bid to save nuclear deal, spokesperson says all recent actions are 'reversible'

A man appears to check the cost of cooking oil in a supermarket in Tehran. Surging food prices and other economic challenges are ramping up pressure on Iran's leaders to get nuclear talks with the West back on track. (West Asia News Agency via Reuters) 

TEHRAN -- All recent developments in Iran's nuclear sector are "reversible" and can be undone as soon as the nation's 2015 deal with world powers is revived, a senior government official said on Monday.

Foreign ministry spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh also told reporters in Tehran that talks with the International Atomic Energy Agency are continuing on a "technical level" and that Iran has no plans to stop such communication.

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