Rassegna Esteri

Even when using negotiation tactics, the European troika lacks a plan!

NourNews – The current reality behind the negotiating table, contrary to the currents of news, signaled the continuation of the European Troika ‘s extravagant approach and the insistence on extra-JCPOA demands.

Since last night, despite the slow but continuous movement of the talks, some news has been published, quoting anonymous sources, by some Western media and their Persian-language networks about the “suspension of the talks.”

The nature of this unrealistic news, which also had a relatively wide repercussion, focused on Iran’s stubbornness rather than on the futility of the talks. In fact, this news stream sought to disprove the statement that with the current method of negotiations, it is not possible to reach an agreement.

But the current reality behind the negotiating table, contrary to the currents of news, signaled the continuation of the European troika’s extravagant approach and the insistence on extrajudicial demands.

The Iranian negotiators’ insistence on dialogue within the framework of JCPOA’s commitments and efforts to get the talks back on track, while making it difficult for the European troika to pursue a non-constructive path, also slowed down talks on key issues.

The European troika’s attempt to put psychological pressure on Iran by using tools outside the negotiating table is in fact a use of bargaining tactics that certainly cannot pass the Iranian negotiators.

In the first part of the new round of talks, the European troika used the same tactic after receiving Iran’s draft proposals in the two sections on lifting sanctions and nuclear commitments, but it did not take sides.

The wide-ranging atmosphere of the German, French, and British representatives in the negotiations and the declaration of non-negotiableness of Iran’s proposed drafts were also pursued precisely within the framework of the negotiator’s passive tactics.

Accordingly, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the representatives of Germany, France, and Britain, in separate interviews, declared the drafts submitted by Iran non-negotiable, thus creating a heavy atmosphere for the talks to reach a deadlock, forcing Iran to withdraw from its principled positions.

The appointment on Thursday last week to resume talks on Iran’s proposed texts, which the Troika had previously called non-negotiable, showed that the actions taken by the Europeans were merely using burnt negotiation tactics and assuming Iran’s need for negotiation and fear of stopping it.

Officials of the Islamic Republic of Iran have repeatedly stated that Tehran, while entering the negotiations with seriousness and determination to reach a good agreement, has not tied the internal situation of the country, especially the national economy, to the negotiations and has a written plan for all possible options.

by Mohammad Ghaderi

Mostra altro

Articoli correlati

Lascia un commento

Back to top button

IlFaroSulMondo.it usa i cookies, anche di terze parti. Ti invitiamo a dare il consenso così da proseguire al meglio con una navigazione ottimizzata. maggiori informazioni

Le attuali impostazioni permettono l'utilizzo dei cookies al fine di fornire la migliore esperienza di navigazione possibile. Se continui ad utilizzare questo sito web senza cambiare le tue impostazioni dei cookies o cliccando "OK, accetto" nel banner in basso ne acconsenterai l'utilizzo.