“Talks with the US has never been a taboo. Dozens of meetings were held between the foreign ministers of the two countries at [the time when] the JCPOA [was being discussed] as well as during three rounds of talks in Baghdad where I was also present,” tweeted Amir-Abdollahian, who is currently the Parliament Speaker’s special aide for international affairs.
“The problem is not negotiations,” he explained.
“Rather, it is the United States’ bullying behaviour, major crimes and repeated breaches of promises,” he added.
“Savoir faire and might are two pillars of any diplomatic dialogue,” he said.