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America: We are committed to Iran's non-acquisition of nuclear weapons

Eviralnews, a reporter at the Tuesday meeting of the spokesperson of the US State Department, regarding the comments of some critics about the dual policy of Joe Biden's administration towards Iran, asked if Biden wins the election again, can we expect negotiations with Iran resume?

Matthew (Matt) Miller, the spokesperson of the US State Department, said in response: Everyone can give their opinion, but we disagree with these opinions. If you look at the overall US policy towards Iran, we have clearly been committed to preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

Eviralnews, the spokesperson of the US State Department stated: We have worked with our partners and allies around the world to ensure the achievement of this goal.

At the same time, he said: We have also imposed more than 600 sanctions against Iran and its related institutions in order to deal with Iran's destructive actions.

The spokesperson of the US State Department continued: We have also cooperated with our regional partners to prevent Iran's influence in the region through diplomacy.

The spokesperson of the United States Department of State, on Monday local time, also among the journalists, in response to a question regarding the reaction of the United States regarding the tone of the elected president of Iran, Dr. Masoud Bizikian, as well as the desire of the Biden government to return to the JCPOA at the beginning of his administration, and the possibility of returning to He told JCPOA: “We have no expectation that this election will lead to a fundamental change in Iran's direction or policies. “In the end, it is not the president who has the final say on the future of Iran's politics, but the Supreme Leader of Iran.”

At the same time, the spokesperson of the US Department of State, while repeating Washington's claims about Iran's regional activities, claimed: “Obviously, if the new president had the authority to take measures to limit Iran's nuclear program, stop financial support for terrorism, and stop activities Destabilizer in the region, we would welcome it, but in the current situation we do not expect any change.”

This senior official of the US State Department continued to point out Washington's concerns about Iran's nuclear activities and at the same time said: “We have always said that diplomacy is the most effective way to achieve an effective and sustainable solution regarding Iran's nuclear program, one of the issues Obviously, we have a lot of concerns about it. Nothing has changed with the recent elections; “We have clearly said that we are currently far from any meaningful diplomatic solution, given Tehran's escalation of tensions around the world.”

Before Miller, “John Kirby”, the spokesman and coordinator of strategic communications of the US National Security Council, on Monday, local time, in the White House with reporters, in response to a reporter's question about whether the US is ready to negotiate on the nuclear agreement (JCPOA) or To resume other negotiations considering that Iran has a new president? He said: “No”.

At this time, the reporter asked him to speak louder, and he repeated his “no” again and continued: We are not in a position to return to the negotiating table just because Iran has a new president.

Stating that there has been no change in Washington's position, Kirbi claimed by repeating the positions and claims of this country against Iran: “They continue to support terrorist groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah and the Houthis (Yemen's Ansarullah). The Houthis continue to attack ships in the Red Sea. Iran continues to send drones to Russia for use in the Ukraine war. Like what happened this weekend and… so our answer is no, no.”

In response to this reporter who asked if the White House is considering flexibility in its position regarding the election of a new president in Iran, Kirby added that we should see what the new president of Iran wants to do, however, we should not expect a change in Iran's approach. we don't have

The strategic communications coordinator of the US National Security Council stated: “We have to see what this man (the new president of Iran) does.” However, we do not expect the Iranians to change their approach.”

In the first reaction to the results of the Iranian presidential election, the US Ministry of Foreign Affairs, repeating the interventionist statements claiming that the elections in Iran were not free and fair, said that the results of the elections will not have a significant impact on the approach of the US to Iran and that these elections “will It will not lead to a fundamental change in Iran's path.”

In his message to the American media, the spokesperson of the US Ministry of Foreign Affairs claimed: “The elections will not have a significant impact on our approach to Iran. Our concerns about Iran's behavior have not changed. “Meanwhile, as long as diplomacy advances America's interests, we remain committed to diplomacy.”

The second stage of the 14th presidential election was held on July 15, 2024, and Masoud Bizikian was elected as the ninth Islamic president of Iran by the people with 16 million 384 thousand 403 votes against Saeed Jalili's 13 million 538 thousand 179 votes.

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