A senior Israeli official said on Sunday that the Biden administration’s mixed news on the Iranian nuclear agreement a few days before the indirect talks between the two parties began in Vienna was “very disturbing. They expressed concern during an interview with the US special envoy to Iran Rob Marley. As US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said, PBS said in a speech on Friday that it will return to the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Action Plan. “, and no other factors will make it “longer and stronger.” Regarding what steps the United States needs to take to re-comply with the nuclear agreement, and what steps must be taken by Iran to re-comply with the nuclear agreement,” Marley said. Regarding the Trump administration’s maximum pressure campaign against Iran, he said that the United States “will have to cancel those Sanctions that are inconsistent with the agreement reached by Iran…so that Iran can enjoy the benefits it should have enjoyed. Marley has repeatedly talked about the reciprocity between the United States and Iran in behavior, referring to the “mutual mistrust”
; between countries. “Who has more weight is not a problem,” he said. “This is whether the two sides are ready to bear the burden of having to restore compliance.” Marley warned that the US or Iran’s position is too firm. He said: “I think it’s hard to see how it succeeds.” He said. Malley admitted that Iranian nuclear scientists have more information and experience than in 2015 because they continue to violate the JCPOA. But he did not suggest any solutions, saying only that “difficult discussions will be held on what we need to do so that we and others… are satisfied with Iran’s renewed compliance with its commitments.” A senior Israeli official said.The source said: “If this is American policy, we will be worried.” The interview has attracted attention at the highest level in Israel because “The Biden administration has talked about “longer and stronger” deals in the past, such as They are looking for something else-that’s not [in the Malley interview]. The source said: “Everything is back to the 2015 agreement.” “Throughout the interview, Marley did not say that the goal was to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.” The source added: “He did not accuse Iran anywhere. People have any bad behavior… In the interview, he did not talk about the importance of consultations with US allies in the region.” “By 2030, all nuclear restrictions will end. Even Europeans say that Iran is developing Uranium metal is terrible. It will become law by 2030. Is this an agreement they want to re-reach?” Regarding Marley’s reciprocal relationship between the United States and Iran, the official mocked: “His behavior Just like he comes from the United Nations, saying that neither party trusts both parties. The official speculated that the Americans may see “a momentary opportunity because Israel does not have a government.” They may think that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is against Iran’s The talks will not give a strong response. However, Netanyahu will deliver important speeches on Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Memorial Day of the Fall of the Israeli War in the next few weeks. This is an occasion where he has mentioned Iran in the past. Bolinken proposed a gradual approach to Iran that would lead to a “stronger” JCPOA, and said that opinions within the Biden administration were divided. As a result, the topic of Iran emerged, although they did not discuss Marley’s comments. Israel People’s impression of Brinken is that the Biden administration “has no hope” at the talks in Vienna this week and “does not expect a breakthrough.” “The official said: “This is a tough stance to return to the “Comprehensive Program of Action” and lift all sanctions. Israeli officials continue to demand that the Americans ensure that the International Atomic Energy Agency conducts inspections “anytime, anywhere.” The Energy Agency has been included in the transaction, and Marley said it will be part of the negotiations. In addition, the Israelis emphasized the need to contain Iran and its agents Aggression in the region. Since the beginning of March, National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat (Meir Ben-Shabbat) has never had a conversation with his American counterpart, Jake Sullivan, when they discussed the subject The senior official of the Strategic Dialogue said that the focus of the talks is to “focus on the facts and our situation, not on the way forward. “Since he spoke with US President Joe Biden, Netanyahu has never spoken to anyone in the Biden administration. In February, a source in his office said.