Ukrainians victimized by bad US policy: Iran’s president

“The Islamic Republic of Iran is against war and every day the war ends earlier, it is in the interests of nations, and the dangers, injuries and problems of the people are reduced,” said the Iranian President at a press conference. cabinet session on Sunday.

“The Ukrainian people, like the Afghan, Yemeni and Iraqi people, have been victims of the evil policy of the United States,” he added.

The President also commented on the latest developments in the negotiations on the lifting of sanctions in Vienna, saying: “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the negotiating team are continuing the negotiations, but the government has nothing to do with the negotiations and does not the.”

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is not Iran’s entire foreign policy, but it is seen as a problem in this area, Raisi noted.

“The secret of the government’s success over the past six months has been that it has treated all issues, including foreign policy, banking and oil issues, seriously and has not delayed any between them so that an agreement can be reached,” the president said. said, according to its official website.

Iran and the other participants in the JCPOA have been holding talks in Vienna since April last year with the aim of reviving the agreement by bringing the United States into full compliance.

The United States left the JCPOA in May 2018 under former President Donald Trump. The Vienna talks began on Trump’s successor Joe Biden’s promise to join the deal and repeal the so-called maximum pressure campaign against Iran. Biden, however, has so far failed to undo Trump’s own loss of Barack Obama’s Iran policy, which led to the JCPOA in June 2015.

The eighth round of the Vienna talks began on Dec. 27 with a focus on lifting all sanctions the United States had imposed on Iran following its unilateral withdrawal from the JCPOA. The United States is not allowed to directly attend the talks due to its 2018 withdrawal from the Iran deal.

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