US authorities stated on Tuesday that it was too early to respond to the proposal made by Iran in regards to the nuclear deal, which calls for the intervention of the European Union in reviving the deal. 

US President Joe Biden is looking to reinstate the deal made in 2015, called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and has urged Iran to fully comply with it. 

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Ned Price, the spokesperson of the US State Department said, "If Iran comes back into full compliance with its obligations under the JCPOA, the United States would do the same."

He added that the authorities will be "consulting with our allies, consulting with our partners, consulting with Congress before we're reaching the point where we're going to engage directly with the Iranians and (be) willing to entertain any sort of proposal."

Tehran has requested the United States to roll back the sanctions placed on the country by former US President Donald Trump before Iran reverses its nuclear advancement. 

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Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Foreign Minister of Iran, suggested a diplomatic way to break the tensions between the states by calling the European Union to facilitate the deal by "synchronizing" the transaction.