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August 19, 2022

What’s the holdup in Iran nuclear deal?

Iran is seeking assurance from the Biden administration that a future US government will not go back on the nuclear agreement.

“I think there is a consensus within the Iranian establishment that they need more concessions to sell to the Iranian public,” says Ryan Bohl, a MENA analyst with RANE, a US-based risk intelligence company.

Iran’s domestic politics can be a factor in prolonging a settlement.

“I think that element does exist, but Raisi was put in place by the Supreme Leader (Ali Khamenei) as well, who is also skeptical of the West after the last nuclear negotiations just resulted in the deal being torn up once the US changed administrations,” Bohl tells TRT World.

Read the full TRT World article here.

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