Was Irans oberster Führer über den Atomdeal zu sagen hat

Iran’s top leader distanced himself on Monday from the nuclear agreement reached with major powers a year ago, accusing the United States of failing to honor pledges in the accord and citing ‚the futility of negotiations with the Americans.‘ In blunt remarks prominently featured in Iran’s state news media, the senior leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said the talks that led to the nuclear agreement in July 2015 should be regarded as an instructive lesson on the dangers posed by interactions with governments he regards as enemies. (…)

He said the agreement, known officially as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, ‚once again proved the futility of negotiations with the Americans, their lack of commitment to their promises and the necessity of distrust of U.S. pledges.‘ He cautioned against talks with the United States on other regional crises, presumably including the wars in Syria and Yemen and the Islamic State extremist group. The experience of the nuclear deal, he said, ‚tells us that taking this step would be a deadly poison and that the Americans’ remarks cannot be trusted on any issue.‘“

(Rick Gladstone: „Iran’s Top Leader Distances Himself from Nuclear Pact, Which He Once Supported“)

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