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Iran MP: Talks With US No Longer a Taboo, But Unlikely Under Trump

Iran MP: Talks With US No Longer a Taboo, But Unlikely Under Trump Iran MP: Talks With US No Longer a Taboo, But Unlikely Under Trump

Negotiations between Tehran and Washington are no longer a taboo but given the presence of a belligerent president in the White House, the odds are high for such a political dialogue, a lawmaker said.   
According to Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh, chairman of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, talks between Iran and the US are not inconceivable any more, as the two countries' foreign ministers met during negotiations leading to the 2015 nuclear deal and in follow-up sessions under former US president, Barack Obama.   
"Iran's approaches in today's world have reached a level of maturity that negotiation even with governments that adopt anti-Iranian policies is not regarded a taboo," the parliamentarian told a press conference on Saturday.

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