ROHANI: If Joe Biden comes back, Iran will return to the nuclear agreement
A few hours ago, the new Biden administration took office, and the first press conference was already being held. Like all her predecessors, the current White House spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, has a strong relationship with the public.Journalists must have the required responses to the administration and gloss over, cover, do not respond, and confuse those that the tenant does not want to make it known. It works sometimes, and sometimes it doesn’t, but Jen’s an expert.
Like several other Biden partners, she has worked for Obama, is kind and talks about the president’s first steps in bringing the United States back on another path, fresh and old at the same time.”The plans for negotiations with Iran will be part of the first consultations of the new American president with the allies.”The plans for negotiations with Iran will be one of the first consultations with the allies by the new American president.”Is to continue using diplomacy to strengthen the bonds of the nuclear deal.”is to continue to use diplomacy to strengthen the nuclear deal’s bonds.
It is yet another turnaround in the Middle Eastern theatre of American politics. The agreement was reached between Iran and the 5 + 1 alliance of five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council on 14 July 2015: China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Germany, in addition to the European Union.The age of Obama was coming to a close, and Trump removed the United States from the deal as early as 2018, effectively making it collapse. Some things have improved in the meantime: With the Abrahamic Accord.The Trump administration has fully placed American politics on the Israeli axis of Saudi Arabia, further isolating Tehran; some targeted assassinations have hit some men very close to Iranian leaders, and the possibility of a bombing.
The agencies were already broadcasting the words of Iranian President Hassan Rohani yesterday morning.”the end of the era of tyrant Trump, which had pushed Iran to enrich uranium beyond the limits.”the end of the era of the tyrant Trump, who had pushed Iran to enrich uranium beyond the limits”if Washington returns to the nuclear deal, we too will fully respect our commitments under the pact.”if Washington returns to the nuclear deal, we too will fully respect our obligations under the pact.
An remarkable timing, not to mention that official and non-official diplomacy, direct and indirect, had not served for this first one for some time, a significant outcome of the new administration.”Sanctions against Iran are a bitter reality and a crime of the United States and their European allies, so we cannot hope in them, because they are hostile towards us. Holding talks with these countries willnot bear fruit.”Sanctions against Iran are a bitter reality and a crime of the United States and its European allies, so we can not hope for them, because they are hostile to us. It will not bear fruit to hold talks with these countries.