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The eighth round of negotiations and measuring the political will of the West
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The eighth round of negotiations and measuring the political will of the West

The eighth round of negotiations has entered a critical and relatively decisive stage, the outcome of which can have a significant impact on the outcome of the negotiations.

NOURNEWS - The eighth round of talks between the Iranian and P4+1 representatives in Vienna, especially at the expert level, is ongoing without interruption, with the chief negotiators of the countries present at the talks returning to their capitals temporarily and will return to Vienna after further consultations.

However, on Thursday, Reuters, as usual, in an untrue report implicitly announced a stalemate in the talks, which is completely contrary to the current facts at the negotiating table.

Numerous comments made over the past week by officials in the P4+1 on the relative progress of the talks show that Reuters' claim is false.

In this regard; reports received by Nournews that the progress is somewhat balanced, with all four main areas of discussion, namely "lifting sanctions", "nuclear program", "verification" and "guarantees" being discussed in parallel.

The non-stopping of the talks and the continuation of the talks at the expert level, along with the short trips of the heads of delegations to their capitals, show the accuracy of the published news about the relative progress of the talks and the passage of the talks from the preliminary stages.

Earlier, news reached to "Nournews" that the negotiation process had reached a stage that required a political decision by the West, especially the United States.

White House spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki said; Negotiations between Iran and the P4+1 have entered a critical juncture, and although progress has been made in the negotiations, we must choose a different path if we do not soon reach a common understanding on reciprocity.

Psaki's remarks, while refuting a false Reuters report and confirming the progress of the talks, implicitly refer to the need for a political decision by Washington, and the White House spokesman may have used the term "sensitive situation" for this reason.

On the other hand; The reduction in the number of disputed parentheses and the ongoing deliberations of the delegations on how to implement and the sequence of possible agreements indicate that negotiations are entering a stage where the parties are discussing more difficult issues and even discussing how to translate agreed principles into words and phrases.

The formation and launch of the "Executive Measures" working group, which started on Wednesday evening, indicates that the parentheses on the two issues of "lifting sanctions" and "nuclear issues" have been reduced, but there are still open and, of course, more difficult parentheses. Which shows that negotiations are complex and that issues are interconnected in the form of an intertwined neural network.

An examination of the current process in the negotiations reveals the fact that in less complex dispute issues, progress has accelerated but more difficult areas of disagreement remain, and the parties must come to the talks with more initiative and authority to pass this stage.

The road ahead faces many challenges, and the West is fully aware of the complexity of the situation, trying to replace political pressure with media and media pressure.

Making media literature on "time constraints" and repeating the threat of "taking advantage of other options" if negotiations fail is an old and inefficient tool that the Western side of negotiations still insists on using.

The eighth round of negotiations has entered a critical and relatively decisive stage, the outcome of which can have a significant impact on the outcome of the negotiations.

There is no need to repeat the keyword "time constraints" and fruitless media games if the West, especially the United States, prefers the need for wise decision-making over politicking and extravagance.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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