West’s miscalculation about negotiations with Iran

“The new issues raised in the current phase of nuclear talks between P5+1 group and Iran following provocative measures of the Republican-dominated US Congress, can adversely affect the process of negotiations”, said J. Jahanguirzadeh, Acting Head of the Islamic Parliament of Iran Research Center (IPRC).

Referring to the recent Zarif-Kerry talks aimed at finalizing a comprehensive deal on Iran’s nuclear program, he stated “The decision to extend talks made it more difficult to reach a final deal. The west, particularly President Obama and his Foreign Secretary made a serious miscalculation to do so, as they could more easily reach an agreement in the previous round of talks and relieve themselves of the burden of negotiations.”
“However, they are satisfied with the extension of talks; a decision that makes it more difficult to reach a final agreement”, he remarked.
He underlined “Presence of the Republicans majority in the US Congress can have adverse impacts on the current nuclear talks; adding that it takes time to weaken their influence in the negotiations.”
Noting some references that West has tied nuclear talks to oil price in order to force Iran to withdraw its position, Jahanguirzadeh said “The US will not benefit from the steady drop of oil prices. Any drop below US$ 75 pb will not be economically thrifty for the US to invest on its Shale oil fields.”
“It is more conceivable that China’s economy will prosper to register first ranking in the global economy as a result of steady plummeting oil prices. Though US plans to develop strategies to surpass China’s growing economy, China is not satisfied with the process”, Jahanguirzadeh concluded.


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