Possible Vienna talks between Iran and the Borjam parties may resume in the early months of the presidency. Optimism for the nuclear talks has risen in recent days, indicating that the 13th administration is likely to resume diplomacy. It remains to be seen to what extent the cabinet of the new government has the expertise and profession to negotiate with the West and enforce the rights of the Iranian people. In the following, we will evaluate the developments and the conversations exchanged by the negotiating parties. Please be with Artan Press.
*** Possible talks on the Wall Street Journal
We follow the priority of news impulses related to the revival of possible Vienna talks from the Wall Street Journal. “The best guess is that talks with Iran in Vienna will resume in early September,” wrote Lawrence Norman, a Wall Street Journal reporter on the resumption and resumption of talks on a new government. The European official also expressed optimism about the possible election of Amir Abdullahian as Iran’s experienced foreign minister.
*** CNN looks at possible Vienna talks
CNN did not hesitate to cover the news based on the possible Vienna talks, and covered the news in this regard. CNN believes that with this delay in the continuation of the Borjani negotiations, Iran was looking for a new arrangement in the negotiations and used this opportunity well. Cyanan wrote in a report that US officials described the delay in returning to the seventh round of the Vienna talks as a bad surprise. There is speculation among P5 + 1 members that the delay in the talks is a tactical move by Iran. They also believe that the Iranians are discussing how to advance the talks.
*** Global determination to return to the nuclear negotiating table
Another good news that the world is looking to reduce tensions with the UN Security Council and reach a process for possible Vienna talks was the lack of consensus among Security Council members in support of Britain’s anti-Iranian claims. A UN source told the Rashatoudi network that some members of the Security Council were unprepared to support Britain’s allegations at Friday’s meeting about the Zionist ship attack and said that an independent investigation was needed. What is clear is the importance of resuming negotiations for the world. It is at the beginning of the presidency of the thirteenth government that can have a great impact on world political relations.
*** Europeans optimistic about resumption of possible Vienna talks
Europeans also reacted to optimism about possible Vienna talks. In this regard, the European official announced the possibility of resumption of negotiations to revive the UN Security Council in mid-September. The Wall Street Journal even gave an approximate time for this. A senior European official says his best guess is that talks in Vienna will resume in early September.
*** The United States is waiting for Iran’s response to the start of the negotiation process
According to Artan Press, quoting Axius, US and European officials announced yesterday that US officials had rejected the claim of stopping the nuclear talks and said that the Iranians were holding internal consultations. Iran has also shown a green light in this direction. The current team is likely to be actively involved in possible Vienna talks in the future. Amir Abdullahian has told European officials that Iran is committed to returning to the Vienna talks. Last week, Amir Abdullahian spent two hours with the EU’s deputy foreign policy chief. At the inauguration ceremony, Raisi also placed great emphasis on lifting sanctions through diplomacy. In this regard, he tweeted that sanctions against the Iranian nation should be lifted and that we support any diplomatic plan that achieves this goal.
*** The currency market is under the pretext of possible Vienna talks
Vienna’s possible talks have raised the possibility that some State Department activists will be in the new cabinet. Overall, the possibility of a resumption of talks is good political news for Iran and other countries. This news has led to a shift in expectations in the foreign exchange market. So that since yesterday, the free market dollar rate in backline transactions has decreased by 1.5 percent and has reached less than 25,300 tomans. It remains to be seen how long the dollar will continue to decline and what other markets, including the stock market, will react to tomorrow.
*** US proposal to strengthen possible Vienna talks
The United States has told the president to return to the BRICS talks sooner because diplomacy is not permanent. “If the president is determined to lift sanctions, that is exactly what is on the table in the Vienna talks,” said State Department spokesman Ned Price. Responding to numerous questions from reporters about Iran, the US official called the return to the UN Security Council one of Washington’s priorities in the interests of the United States and its allies, but said that Vienna talks on the UN Security Council could not continue indefinitely. . The State Department official also said that the longer the seventh round of talks is delayed, the more complicated it will be to return to the nuclear deal. Like other US officials, he reiterated allegations against Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.
*** Possible Vienna talks and necessary considerations
The longer the seventh round of talks is delayed, the more difficult it will be to return to the nuclear deal. Nuclear talks can not be up Continue indefinitely. The delay in resuming talks on Iran’s nuclear program is a negative. Enrique Mora, Deputy Secretary General of the European Union Foreign Action Service, who came to Tehran as the EU Special Representative to attend the inauguration of the new President of our country, met with Seyed Abbas Araghchi, Political Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. He believes that returning to the nuclear deal is our priority and Iran should move in this direction. We hope that Iran will use the opportunity to resolve the nuclear issue diplomatically.
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