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Assessment in Israel: Iran's Announcement of Return to Negotiation - Towards Time | Israel Today


In the political and security system, they analyzed the declaration of the Deputy Foreign Minister. • Assessment: The Islamic Republic is not at all interested in reaching an agreement with the Americans.

The assessment in Israel is that the Iranian announcement of a return to talks with the superpowers is a matter of time.

This is what Israel Today has learned.

This assessment contradicts the American assessment that once the parties return to negotiations, it will not be too complicated to return to the agreement.

Israel believes that even if the Iranians return to negotiations, they will try to pull time and the road to an agreement is still long.

The special adviser to the Biden government on Iran, Rob Mali, gave a press briefing this week, saying: "We are at a critical time regarding the possibility of returning to the original nuclear deal. We believe the only solution to the nuclear problem is diplomatic. Iran says it wants talks but does not "For the talks, it will not be too difficult to reach an agreement, because all that is required is their compliance with the restrictions set by the nuclear agreement and the lifting of sanctions imposed by the international community, which are not part of the agreement."

Mali added that "the window to diplomacy will never close."

According to Mali, it is clear that the Americans are eager to return to the negotiating table.

However, it is important to note that U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said different things a day after Mali.

Sullivan claimed that "the door to negotiations with Iran will not remain open forever. We are looking for a united international position."

Iranian centrifuges at uranium enrichment facility, Photo: E.


After analyzing the same Iranian statement in the political and security system, the prevailing opinion is that the Iranians are not interested in reaching an agreement with the US and the powers on halting the nuclear program, but are taking another ploy to pull time.

As you may recall, Iran has invited France, Britain and Germany to a meeting in Tehran where they will discuss and resume negotiations for a return to the nuclear deal.

This was reported yesterday (Wednesday) by the Iranian Press TV channel.

A source close to the details of the diplomatic activities of Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bakri Kani stated that "no response has yet been received."

He added that "Iran agrees to direct talks with the three European countries involved in the agreement."

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2021-10-28

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