The US is ready to negotiate with Iran to return to the nuclear deal. Washington announced its readiness for negotiations on Friday, February 19. NV international observer Ivan Yakovina briefly explained why they will become one of the most important world events in the coming years.
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N New US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said last week that the United States is ready to resume negotiations with Iran on a return to the nuclear deal, which was concluded six years ago, in 2015, by then US President Barack Obama and canceled by Donald Trump in 2018. The latter said that this deal was completely unprofitable, that the Iranians get everything from it, and the Americans nothing. In addition, he declared that the agreement was unprofitable for Israel, and therefore terminated it. In fact, the deal was made not only by the US and Iran, but also by all the permanent members of the UN Security Council – that is, Russia, France, China, Britain, and also Germany – but, of course, the main players in it are the Americans and Iranians.
This deal implies a virtually complete cessation of the Iranian military nuclear program and a serious restriction of Iran’s civil nuclear program in exchange for lifting some of the most serious sanctions from that country. If this deal works, Iran will be allowed, for example, to trade oil with the world, as well as the gradual normalization of relations between Iran and the United States, as well as the rest of the world.
Earlier, the current head of the White House, Joe Biden, of course, terribly criticized Donald Trump when he pulled out of the deal, and said that this was a threat to the whole world and that Iran would certainly get nuclear weapons now. But when Biden himself became president, he delayed a return to this deal for a long time and even began to put forward conditions that were unacceptable and unfavorable for Iran to return to it. Therefore, many people around Biden believe that Iran should be treated as harshly as possible.
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