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America’s main concern is collapse of the sanctions architecture before comprehensive deal is sealed

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

In a “Javan” editorial headlined: “The reason behind America’s military threat”,  Hadi Mohammadi maintained that “It is true that America is using the sanctions-negotiations strategy towards Iran and that truly  believes that an ongoing economic pressure and sanctions will eventually lead to the submission of Iran and clear the way to fruitful negotiations, but America and the White House have other growing concerns that have caused them to adopt stances suggesting that they are ready to change the rules of the game and jeopardize the negotiations with military threats. … America’s main concern is the fact that European economic delegations have rushed into Iran to establish economic and industrial ties with Iran. This will destroy the sanctions architecture before any comprehensive (nuclear) deal is sealed. It means that the Americans are finding themselves extremely vulnerable in the atmosphere created in Iran following the Geneva agreement and the signing of the Joint Plan of Action, especially because the United States knows that Iran will not stop its nuclear program. Therefore, America’s main concern is that, on the one hand, it cannot put more pressure on Iran and, on the other hand, it is not optimistic about the prospect of resolving Iran’s nuclear issue. So, the plan of dismantling Iran’s nuclear facilities is an illusion.”



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  • Published: 2 years ago on Wednesday, 5 February 2014
  • By: Iran Daily Brief
  • Last Modified: February 5, 2014 @ 11:52 am
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