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American goals for negotiations with Iran

TEHRAN – In a note, Kayhan addressed the goals of the Americans about negotiations with Iran and wrote: The main problem is that America does not see the issue of interaction with Iran in the sense of peaceful resolution of points of difference, rather, it uses negotiation and agreement as a tool to disarm and empty Iran’s power sources.

As it implemented part of this goal in the JCPOA. The American statesmen stated that the development of the liberal order required a change in the Iranian government, and based on that, they started the Great Middle East plan and extensive intervention in the region. But the reality showed that they were not able to change the Islamic Republic and they are not. For those who think that sanctions can be reduced by playing in the American engagement strategy, it is necessary to firstly pay attention to the nature of this strategy and its function, and secondly, to review the operational goals of the U.S. engagement strategy towards the Islamic Republic. It is important that America’s desire to negotiate with Iran will not provide a reduction in sanctions or an opening in economic conditions, but are steps to drain Iran’s power resources and inflict a final military blow.

Iran: The ostentatious projection of Americans
This newspaper wrote about the interventionist and projective statements of American officials regarding Iran’s foreign policy: The spokesman of the National Security Council of the White House said that they are not ready to resume nuclear negotiations with Iran. U.S. government officials claimed in their statements that the president has no authority in Iran’s diplomacy. But they had different approaches to foreign policy especially in the way of interaction with Western countries to the decisions of the presidents of our country in different eras. Despite this and contrary to the propaganda of the Western media, it must be said that during the election debates, the president-elect emphasized the serious determination of his government to communicate and interact with all the countries of the world, both Eastern and Western powers. But what was more important in his view in the field of diplomacy was putting the three principles of honor, wisdom, and expediency in priority as the fixed principles of foreign policy. The principles that block the imaginations of American statesmen regarding the failure of the Iranian government. 

Shargh: Waiting for re-opening
In an interview with Alireza Rastin, an expert on West Asian issues, Shargh investigated the requirements for improving relations between Iran and Arab countries in the Pezeshkian government. It wrote: In addition to Masoud Pezeshkian’s repeated promises to revive the JCPOA and negotiate with the West, he focused on improving and promoting relations with Iran’s neighbors. International and regional experts believe that the new government may adopt a more pragmatic approach to its foreign policy, especially in reducing tensions with the member states of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council and improving economic and diplomatic relations. Despite some security challenges, there are many opportunities to strengthen economic cooperation between Iran and Saudi Arabia and other member countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council, and with the lifting of Tehran’s economic sanctions, the doors will be opened to new investments and wider commercial cooperation. The member countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council are also looking to diversify their economy away from oil and may consider Iran as a strategic partner for the development of new sectors.

Jam-e-Jam: Tarnishing and polarization is the way of enemies in sowing despair
The authoritative presence of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the West Asia region and its decisive role in regional equations is not at all pleasing to the enemies of the Iranian nation. Because they have come to the fact that the political activism of the Islamic Republic has an influential role in changing the new world order and our country is one of the claimant powers in this regard. Therefore, it is not without reason that the enemies want to deliberately ignore the achievements and strengths in various fields of science, industry, defense, and international standing by spreading false news and tarnishing the situation. By spreading this poisoned thought that the policies and strategies of the system are responsible for the aggravation of problems, they want to become the basis for the emergence of differences and polarization in the country. For this reason, increasing a sense of hope and strengthening public trust in all layers of society is very important and necessary and helps to revive the country’s social capital. Restoring trust will promise a bright future to the nation and increase their national pride, sense of patriotism, and self-confidence so that they can remove the problems with a general determination.

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