Iran’s supreme chief stated Wednesday that negotiations with the U.S. “will convey nothing however materials and religious harm” in remarks simply ahead of an American-led assembly on the Mideast in Warsaw that is anticipated to largely give attention to the Islamic Republic.
The feedback from Ayatollah Ali Khamenei have been a part of a seven-web page statement read out word-for-word on Iranian state television and closely promoted within the run-up to its release. Additionally they come two days after Iran marked the 40th anniversary of its 1979 Islamic Revolution amid heightened tensions between Tehran and Washington.
“About the USA, the resolution of any points is just not conceivable and negotiations with it can convey nothing but materials and religious harm,” Khamenei stated.
The supreme chief went on to describe any negotiations as an “unforgiveable mistake.” He additionally stated negotiations can be like “going in your knees earlier than the enemy and kissing the claws of the wolf.”
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That tone is a great distance from 2015, when Khamenei permitted of talks between Iran and america that resulted within the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers. The deal noticed Iran limit its enrichment of uranium in trade for the lifting of economic sanctions.
Nevertheless, that deal came beneath the administration of former President Barack Obama.