Need to Avert Consensus Against Iran Nuclear Policy

Larijani says Iran’s behavior cannot be blamed for the strained relations between Tehran and Europe, stressing that the problem is US threats that have pushed European powers to a “humiliating” and “unjust” position
Need to Avert Consensus Against Iran Nuclear Policy Need to Avert Consensus Against Iran Nuclear Policy

Under pressure from a cascade of events, Tehran should be cautious not to allow the US, Saudi Arabia and Israel to use this opportunity to build an international consensus against Iran with regard to the 2015 nuclear deal, an expert on Europe and America said. 
The timing of the move by France, Britain and Germany to trigger the nuclear accord’s dispute resolution mechanism could suggest that the three European powers are not after the reimposition of global sanctions, but are hoping to take advantage of Iran’s current fragile position to push for its return to previous nuclear commitments, Ali Bigdeli also told Iranian Diplomacy in a recent talk.
The European signatories to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action have asserted that they triggered the dispute resolution mechanism “in good faith” following Iran’s final phase of reducing commitments to the accord...


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