Pathetic Biden Admin to grovel and offer Iran new nuclear pact, sanctions $ relief this week

Rewarding terror and savagery. That’s the hallmark of the Democrat party.

This is why Iran’s leaders will not negotiate with the Biden Administration. Why would they negotiate when they can obtain sanctions relief through blackmail, deception, and terror? The Biden Administration’s negotiators are from the Obama Administration. The people who negotiated the radical JCPOA. We can expect them to make another horrific deal with the terror state.

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US to offer Iran new nuclear deal, sanctions relief this week – report

The US proposal would ask Iran to stop some of its nuclear activities in exchange for some relief from US economic sanctions, Politico reported.

The United States is trying to break the nuclear deadlock with Iran and is planning a new proposal that would include some sanctions relief for the Islamic Republic, according to a report in Politico.

Biden administration officials plan to put forth a new proposal to restart nuclear talks between Washington and Tehran as soon as this week, two people familiar with the situation told Politico.

According to the report, the American proposal would ask Iran to stop some of its nuclear activities, such as work on advanced centrifuges and the enrichment of uranium to 20 percent purity, in exchange for some relief from US economic sanctions, said one of Politico’s two sources.
However, the details of this potential deal are still being worked out by the US and it’s not at all certain that Iran will accept the terms. Indeed, Tehran rejected a US proposal earlier this year, saying it was “unacceptable”, countering with their own idea, which the Biden team declared a non-starter.
The Biden administration has been seeking to engage in talks with Iran about having both sides returning to compliance with the deal, under which American-imposed and other economic sanctions will be removed in return for curbs on Iran’s nuclear program to make it harder to develop a nuclear weapon – an ambition Tehran denies.
“Iran is poised to blow through additional nuclear deal restrictions in the next few weeks. This is the crucial time to avoid an escalation of the situation,” Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association, an organization that has closely tracked nuclear negotiations involving Iran, told the news website.
Moreover, as Iran will hold presidential elections in June and given the sensitive politics in Iran surrounding the 2015 nuclear agreement, the theocratic regime is unlikely to allow any major changes to it amid a campaign.

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