Amirabdollahian: Raisi government foreign policy will be active, dynamic
The Advisor to the Speaker of the Shura Council for International Affairs, Hossein Amirabdollahian, reveals in an interview that the government of elected President Ibrahim Raisi will be active, dynamic.
The advisor to the Speaker of the Shura Council for International Affairs, Hossein AmirAbdollahian, revealed that "I believe the foreign policy under Mr. Raisi will be active and dynamic. A foreign policy that is balanced with an eye towards all countries, with a logical and at the same time, strong discourse."
Amirabdollahian added in a brief interview with CNN that the aforementioned discourse "will be able to secure Iranian rights on all fronts."
Regarding the relations with the United States will evolve under Raisi, the Iranian advisor said, "It's the United States that has constantly lost opportunities," underscoring that "this will be most dependent on US behavior and for them to determine how they will be able to adjust the relationship with Iran."
When the interviewer asked him if there is a different feeling toward the Biden administration than there was toward the Trump administration, Amirabdollahian said, "I believe that Biden is seeking to return to the nuclear agreement, he should not be bringing these new things up like regions, our missiles, and interfering in Iran's affairs. And the US should focus on their return to the JCPOA and the commitments that they have under the agreement."
He also touched on the results of the Vienna talks, saying that "I assumed that the moment the Vienna talks comes to a point where the interests of our people will be secured, the implementation of the JCPOA can be started."