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Publish Date : 11/30/2021 6:39:48 AM
The lineup of wills; the first step in Vienna Talks


The lineup of wills; the first step in Vienna Talks

Needless to say, reaching a good agreement requires the will and seriousness of both sides, but the heterogeneity in the expertise of the delegations suggests other goals for the West.

NOURNEWS - The first meeting of the new round of negotiations between Iran and the P4+1 will begin today, Monday, December 28, 1400, at the Coburg Hotel in Vienna.

From the Iranian point of view, the issue of these negotiations is the effective and verifiable lifting of all sanctions, along with the provision of a guarantee that the previous situation will not be repeated in return for the timely implementation of Iran's remaining obligations under the JCPOA.

However, the political and media arrangements of the West (especially the United States, which, despite not being at the negotiating table, is practically leading the Western side of the issue) indicate that they did not enter the negotiations with the aim of reaching a good agreement, but their main goal is to force Iran to relinquish concessions and surrender to their extravagances.

Before the Islamic Republic of Iran agrees to the start of a new round of negotiations, a series of statements and actions by the Western side and the creation of an atmosphere of domination-affiliated media in the context of promoting the blame game, a far-reaching effort to shift the culprit In this way, they began to escape accountability for the violation of their legal obligations and deliberate inaction that pushed the JCPOA to the brink of complete collapse.

The Western side's psychological operation, which was accompanied by widespread media propaganda, focused on the fact that the 13th Iranian administration was fundamentally opposed to negotiations and did not believe in the JCPOA.

Suddenly, after the timing and expiration of the previous tactic, the subject of psychological operations changed, and the number and quality of the Iranian delegation in Vienna became the backbone of the Western media system, so that the predetermined path to continue the psychological pressure on the negotiating team and Iranian public opinion did not derail.

However, the logic of the matter is that if the parties are serious about negotiating and reaching a final agreement, they must use all their capacity in this direction and focus on what is to be resolved at the negotiating table instead of marginalizing propaganda.

The lineup of the wills of the negotiating parties the day before the start of the negotiations clearly shows which side has a serious determination and plan to conduct a technical and principled negotiation with the aim of achieving a result in the first step of the Vienna Talks.

The background, knowledge, and experience of the Iranian delegation, selected mainly from experts in the economic, monetary, financial, oil, and banking fields, indicate Iran's strong determination to enter the negotiations vigorously to "effectively lift the sanctions," while the Western delegations are mainly political experts that have been presented in Vienna with the aim of intensifying pressure on Iran in the nuclear field and raising time-consuming and fruitless debates.

Needless to say, reaching a good agreement requires the will and seriousness of both sides, but this heterogeneity in the expertise of the delegations suggests other goals for the West.

Beyond the weight of the delegations, the hesitation and incoherence of the Western side is another sign of their lack of seriousness in conducting a negotiated result. Internal disputes between the three European countries, on the one hand, and the dispute between E3 and the European Union, on the other hand, have further reduced the European side to its role as an intermediary messenger between Iran and the United States.

On the other hand, contrary to repeated statements by Washington officials accusing Tehran of wasting time, the experience of six rounds of negotiations in the previous administration and the sending of marginal and off-the-shelf messages by the Americans show that the spirit of negotiation is more than just an agreement. 

The lack of unity in the US administration, documented in the outspoken statements of strong opponents of the talks, and the government's reluctance to accept responsibility for its legal obligations, all provide clear evidence that Washington is not serious and is playing tricks on its European allies, demonstrating an interest in negotiating and reaching an agreement.

The recent and ridiculous threats of Kent Mckenzie, the commander of the CENTCOM terrorists, and Robert Malley, the White House's special envoy for Iran, as well as their internal differences, only one example of which emerged in the recent remarks of Republican extremist Sen. Ted Cruz, indicate Washington's lack of willpower, and consequently, the Western parties of P4+1.

On the other hand, as long as the United States is committed to align all its decisions with the Zionist regime and its allies in West Asia, one cannot, of course, expect the necessary coherence and will on their part to reach an effective agreement, and therefore, their strategy is summarized in playing with JCPOA and intensifying pressure on Iran.

BY: Mohammad Ghaderi


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