Recently, the existence and scrap of the Iran nuclear agreement between the United States and Iran have once again fallen into a stalemate.
Both sides have expressed their positions on different occasions and hoped that the other side would take the first step.
The United States said that if Iran resumes strict compliance with the Iran nuclear agreement, the United States will also take action.
Iran, on the other hand, said that if the United States lifts sanctions and returns to the agreement, Iran will immediately reverse some of the previously suspended provisions of the Iran nuclear agreement.
Recently, the United States and Iran have expressed frequent statements.
Can the two sides bridge their differences? What will be the prospect of the Iran nuclear agreement?
U.S. President Biden recently said that the United States is ready to rejoin the negotiations on the Iran nuclear agreement, but he also called on European countries to work together to curb Iran’s so-called “distabilizing” behavior in the Middle East.
Iranian political analyst Mugaddam believes that Biden’s statement means that he is continuing his policy towards Iran under the Trump administration to some extent, and Iran has repeatedly stressed that the United States should take practical actions to show sincerity.
Iranian political analyst Mugadam: Unless U.S. President Biden announces the cancellation of Trump’s decision in formal written form, not verbally.
Let the United States return to the Iran nuclear agreement, lift all sanctions against Iran, and re-implement UN Security Council Resolution 2231. After these conditions are met, Iran will suspend its 20% uranium enrichment program.
Iranian expert: It is difficult for Iran to trust the United States again
Previously, the United States had said that the United States would not lift sanctions against Iran in order to negotiate with Iran.
Mugadam believes that the intention of the United States is to force Iran to give in on issues such as regional influence and missile research and development through sanctions, but given that the United States has withdrawn from the Iran nuclear agreement, it is difficult for Iran to trust the United States again.
Iran political analyst Mugadam: The experience of the past four years shows that whenever Iran makes and fulfills its commitments, Europe and the United States violate their commitments.
So there is no reason to trust them again. They may try to deceive Iran again.
The core issues cannot be reached. It is difficult for the United States and Iran to negotiate.
It is also understood that the Iranian government has informed the International Atomic Energy Agency that it will suspend the voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons from the 23rd.
Director General Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency has arrived in Iran and will formally meet with Iran on the 21st.
According to some analysts, Grossi’s visit is aimed at continuing critical verification by the International Atomic Energy Agency in Iran and finding a mutually acceptable solution.
Reporter Li Jiannan: At present, the Iran nuclear agreement is facing a key node.
Although the United States and Iran have expressed their willingness to negotiate, the two sides are still unable to reach agreement on the core issues.
Iranian public opinion believes that if the United States and Europe cannot come up with practical solutions to fully implement the agreement, the difficulty of future negotiations will continue to increase over time.
The analysis pointed out that the lifting of sanctions against Iraq by the United States and returning to the Iran nuclear agreement is the first condition for breaking the current impasse.