Can BIDEN renegotiate the NUCLEAR AGREEMENT with IRAN? – VisualPolitik EN

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Iran sits down once again to negotiate a nuclear agreement. This time, the US president is not Obama but Biden. But the terms are very similar: the West does not want Iran to have a nuclear bomb. Iran wants the West to remove nuclear sanctions.

What has changed? For starters, Tehran no longer trusts Washington. After Trump pulled out of the deal and imposed new and tougher sanctions, Iran is afraid that the US will not keep its word. Moreover, Iran has a new president who is much less talkative and moderate than the previous one.

Is there really grounds to believe that this time the nuclear agreement will have more impact? In this video we tell you about it.

*Script written by Katia Ovchinnikova

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