Iran has agreed to resume nuclear talks with Western powers and China before the end of November with the exact date to be revealed by next week.
This is according to the country's chief nuclear negotiator in a tweet put out on Wednesday.
And, this is coming after he met his European counterpart in Brussels on the same day.
The negotiations aim to resurrect the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which was scrapped after the former Trump administration withdrew the U.S. from it in 2018.
Under the old deal, Iran was supposed to limit its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of sanctions.