Iran-Nuclear Deal Talks/Expert

Iran seeks guarantees from U.S. to lock down nuclear deal: expert

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FILE: Tehran, Iran - June 12, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
1. Various of Iranian national flags, traffic

Tehran, Iran - June 7, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Fuad Izadi, political analyst:
"It's not easy to trust America again. That's why Iran is saying that you lift sanctions, because when you suspend, you can always go back. So we say terminate sanctions and then be able to see that in practice. Because last time we listened to your words and we got almost nothing. This time, we want to see some action. We just don't want to accept your move. That's what the Iranians said."

Rasht, Gilan, Iran - May 7, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
3. Various of street view; pedestrians; shops

Tehran, Iran - June 7, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Fuad Izadi, political analyzer (partially overlaid with shot 5):
"So they want to keep this sanction, that sanction, some of the sanctions, so they can put pressure on Iran because they want more than the nuclear deal, the agreement. They say that they want a longer and stronger [deal]. Longer means they want to change some of the articles in the agreement. Stronger means they want to go beyond the nuclear agreement. So Iran's foreign policy, they want to have a say. Iran's defense policy, they want to have a say. What types of missiles Iran has, they want to have a say. What Iran does in Lebanon, or Syria, or Iraq, they want to have a say. They want to interfere in other affairs."

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FILE: Washington D.C., USA - Date Unknown (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of U.S. national flag, Capitol building
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FILE: Tehran, Iran - June 12, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
6. Various of traffic

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Expectations for a potential agreement at the next round of talks on the Iran nuclear deal slated to continue on Thursday remain split as some experts say the U.S. has low credit on the issue and may use it to interfere in Iranian affairs.

The next round of talks in Vienna to revive the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal could lead to an agreement, the head of Iran's negotiating team Abbas Araqchi said earlier. However, he also noted that divergences remain over some key issues.

Experts echoed this, saying that the U.S. has a history of going back on its word, and could not be easily trusted. Hence before the U.S. side show some sincerity, whether a deal can be reached remains in suspense.

Since the signing of the Iran nuclear deal, the Iranian side has always adhered to the deal while the U.S. displayed a different attitude, said political analyst Fuad Izadi, adding that Iran should return to the deal only after the U.S. lifted its sanctions.

"It's not easy to trust America again. That's why Iran is saying that you lift sanctions, because when you suspend, you can always go back. So we say terminate sanctions and then be able to see that in practice. Because last time we listened to your words and we got almost nothing. This time, we want to see some action. We just don't want to accept your move. That's what the Iranians said," said Izadi.

Izadi added that while Iran has showed a clear response, the U.S. has been putting off the process as it attempts to make more out of the sanctions.

"So they want to keep this sanction, that sanction, some of the sanctions, so they can put pressure on Iran because they want more than the nuclear deal, the agreement. They say that they want a longer and stronger [deal]. Longer means they want to change some of the articles in the agreement. Stronger means they want to go beyond the nuclear agreement. So Iran's foreign policy, they want to have a say. Iran's defense policy, they want to have a say. What types of missiles Iran has, they want to have a say. What Iran does in Lebanon, or Syria, or Iraq, they want to have a say. They want to interfere in other affairs," said Izadi.

The U.S. government under former President Donald Trump withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in May 2018 and unilaterally re-imposed sanctions on Iran.

In response, Iran gradually stopped implementing parts of its JCPOA commitments from May 2019. The new U.S. government under Joe Biden has promised to return to the deal and ease sanctions against Iran.

The JCPOA Joint Commission began to meet offline on April 6 in Austria's capital Vienna to continue the discussion about a possible return of the United States to the JCPOA and how to ensure the full and effective implementation of the JCPOA.

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Iran-Nuclear Deal Talks/Expert

Iran seeks guarantees from U.S. to lock down nuclear deal: expert

Dateline : June 7, 2021/File

Location : Iran

Duration : 1'29

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Pусский


FILE: Tehran, Iran - June 12, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
1. Various of Iranian national flags, traffic

Tehran, Iran - June 7, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Fuad Izadi, political analyst:
"It's not easy to trust America again. That's why Iran is saying that you lift sanctions, because when you suspend, you can always go back. So we say terminate sanctions and then be able to see that in practice. Because last time we listened to your words and we got almost nothing. This time, we want to see some action. We just don't want to accept your move. That's what the Iranians said."

Rasht, Gilan, Iran - May 7, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
3. Various of street view; pedestrians; shops

Tehran, Iran - June 7, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Fuad Izadi, political analyzer (partially overlaid with shot 5):
"So they want to keep this sanction, that sanction, some of the sanctions, so they can put pressure on Iran because they want more than the nuclear deal, the agreement. They say that they want a longer and stronger [deal]. Longer means they want to change some of the articles in the agreement. Stronger means they want to go beyond the nuclear agreement. So Iran's foreign policy, they want to have a say. Iran's defense policy, they want to have a say. What types of missiles Iran has, they want to have a say. What Iran does in Lebanon, or Syria, or Iraq, they want to have a say. They want to interfere in other affairs."

++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
FILE: Washington D.C., USA - Date Unknown (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of U.S. national flag, Capitol building
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

FILE: Tehran, Iran - June 12, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV)
6. Various of traffic


Expectations for a potential agreement at the next round of talks on the Iran nuclear deal slated to continue on Thursday remain split as some experts say the U.S. has low credit on the issue and may use it to interfere in Iranian affairs.

The next round of talks in Vienna to revive the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal could lead to an agreement, the head of Iran's negotiating team Abbas Araqchi said earlier. However, he also noted that divergences remain over some key issues.

Experts echoed this, saying that the U.S. has a history of going back on its word, and could not be easily trusted. Hence before the U.S. side show some sincerity, whether a deal can be reached remains in suspense.

Since the signing of the Iran nuclear deal, the Iranian side has always adhered to the deal while the U.S. displayed a different attitude, said political analyst Fuad Izadi, adding that Iran should return to the deal only after the U.S. lifted its sanctions.

"It's not easy to trust America again. That's why Iran is saying that you lift sanctions, because when you suspend, you can always go back. So we say terminate sanctions and then be able to see that in practice. Because last time we listened to your words and we got almost nothing. This time, we want to see some action. We just don't want to accept your move. That's what the Iranians said," said Izadi.

Izadi added that while Iran has showed a clear response, the U.S. has been putting off the process as it attempts to make more out of the sanctions.

"So they want to keep this sanction, that sanction, some of the sanctions, so they can put pressure on Iran because they want more than the nuclear deal, the agreement. They say that they want a longer and stronger [deal]. Longer means they want to change some of the articles in the agreement. Stronger means they want to go beyond the nuclear agreement. So Iran's foreign policy, they want to have a say. Iran's defense policy, they want to have a say. What types of missiles Iran has, they want to have a say. What Iran does in Lebanon, or Syria, or Iraq, they want to have a say. They want to interfere in other affairs," said Izadi.

The U.S. government under former President Donald Trump withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in May 2018 and unilaterally re-imposed sanctions on Iran.

In response, Iran gradually stopped implementing parts of its JCPOA commitments from May 2019. The new U.S. government under Joe Biden has promised to return to the deal and ease sanctions against Iran.

The JCPOA Joint Commission began to meet offline on April 6 in Austria's capital Vienna to continue the discussion about a possible return of the United States to the JCPOA and how to ensure the full and effective implementation of the JCPOA.

ID : 8202787

Published : 2021-06-10 09:22

Last Modified : 2021-06-10 19:50:01

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland/Al-Arabiya/Persian language TV Stations outside Iran. Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto TV/Iran International TV

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