Issuing a belated response to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's list of demands for Iran, Tehran issued corresponding list with which it claims the US must comply.
"Obviously, the continuation of such policies can endanger the stability of the global community, turning the US into a rogue state and an worldwide outlaw", he added.
Araghchi said that Friday's talks were meant to establish whether the remaining signatories "can provide us with a package which can give Iran the benefits of sanctions lifting".
Speaking weeks after the United States' pullout from the nuclear agreement that Iran signed with major powers in 2015, he laid out the 12 tough conditions for any "new deal" with Tehran.
"I cannot say that the prospect is bright and clear that we can have a good package, but we are still waiting and keep hoping that the package could be good enough to stay in the deal".
Zarif argued that all USA administrations in the past 70 years should be held accountable for their violations of bilateral and multilateral agreements, which have caused "distrust" among the Iranian nation and brought about "injustice, violence, terrorism, war and insecurity in West Asia".
Diplomatic and commercial figures have gathered in Brussels for the Iran Forum.
In an interview with Euronews, Araqchi said that the nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), can not go shoulder to shoulder with sanctions.
"The focus was made on cooperation between Russian Federation and Iran in the interests of keeping in place the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear program", the ministry said. We do not care how Europe is going to preserve the deal and bypass the USA sanctions.
On May 8, US President Donald Trump announced Washington's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal as it, in his words, leaves Iran a possibility to create a nuclear bomb bypassing all the restrictions.
At Iran's request, delegates from China, Russia, France, Britain, Germany and the European Union gathered on Friday in Austria's capital, Vienna, where they reaffirmed their commitment to the 2015 deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).