He assures that a sample “of the victory of the Iranian nation” is “the end of the era of ‘Trumpism'”
Iranian President Hasan Rohani said Wednesday that it would be “easy” to restore ties with the United States once Joe Biden becomes president “if he does great things to compensate for the wrong policies” of the current Donald Trump administration, in reference to his departure from the 2015 nuclear deal and the imposition of sanctions on Tehran.
The Iranian president has expressed his wish that the next Administration “explicitly condemn Trump’s policies towards Iran”, “explicitly condemn all inhumane and terrorist acts” and “compensate for the wrong policies maintained by the previous government during the last four years. “.
“If there is such a will in the next leaders of the United States, I think it will be very easy to solve the problem,” he said, before emphasizing that “Iran’s policy (…) is commitment by commitment, action by action , reduction of tensions by reduction of tensions, respect for respect and international obligations for international obligations “.
In this sense, he has emphasized that “Iran and the United States can make a decision and announce that they will return to the terms of January 20, 2017,” in reference to Trump’s arrival at the White House. “This can be a great solution to many problems and can completely change the direction of the situation,” he argued.
“The next steps can be taken in different aspects, but the main matter can be opened with a will and a decision,” he reiterated, referring to a decision by Biden to end the sanctions and return to the nuclear agreement, abandoned by Washington unilaterally in 2018.
Rohani, who thanked the population “for their resistance to the economic war for three years”, stressed that “one of the greatest manifestations of the victory of the Iranian nation and the inevitable defeat of the enemy is the end of the era of ‘Trumpism’ “.
“This man’s failure was due to his failure in international forums and legal authorities due to the moral standards of world public opinion and, finally, of American public opinion,” he argued, before accusing Trump of ” daily increase its inhuman and brutal sanctions and pressure against the Iranian people. “
“The reasons for his failure were the wrong international policies, the wrong health policies and his racist actions and of little significance for all,” he has settled, according to the Iranian news agency Mehr.
Rohani himself stated on November 12 that the new US Administration must understand that “the era of maximum pressure is over”, referring to the battery of sanctions imposed by Washington against the country after abandoning the nuclear agreement.
Subsequently, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamad Yavad Zarif stressed that Iran “will fulfill its obligations” under the 2015 nuclear agreement if the United States rejoins it and withdraws sanctions once Joe Biden assumes the position of president of the North American country.
Tehran-Washington tensions have risen since the United States withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal in 2018 and rebounded in January after the US military killed Qasem Soleimani, head of the Revolutionary Guard’s Quds Force, in a bombing raid in Iraq. .