Since the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from the Iran nuclear agreement in May 2018, Iran has been subjected to a policy of “extreme pressure” and unilateral sanctions have been increasing, dealing a heavy blow to The Iranian economy and society.
Life is becoming increasingly difficult despite the iranian people’s stubborn resistance to the sharp devaluation of the Iranian currency, the rial, and high inflation.
Iranians say the sanctions have too much impact
Recently, the relevant parties to the Iran nuclear agreement around the “U.S. sanctions against Iran” and “Iran resumes the implementation of Iran’s nuclear agreement obligations” two major topics held a number of rounds of talks, causing widespread concern in Iran.
Many people said in interviews that they hoped that the multi-party negotiations would lead to a satisfactory outcome, that the United States would lift sanctions and that people’s lives would be improved.
On the 25th local time, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Aragzi said that Iran has repeatedly reiterated that it will not accept the phased lifting of sanctions, the United States must first lift all unilateral sanctions imposed on Iran, after Iran’s verification will also resume the implementation of Iran’s nuclear agreement obligations.
Many people say that from historical experience, Iran can not trust the United States, do not think that the United States will consider Iran’s interests, so the outcome of the talks is not optimistic, Iran should also firmly their negotiating position.