Iran between Russia and U.S. after the closure of its nuclear dossier

Iran between Russia and U.S. after the closure of its nuclear dossier

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said today that the Iranian nation had proved that it is capable of showing progress without the support of the U.S. and the West.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said today that the Iranian nation had proved that it is capable of showing progress without the support of the U.S. and the West. His speech featured at the graduation ceremony at the University of Imam Hossein in Tehran. He talked about the hostility of the West towards Iran and about Iran's struggle against these countries.This statement took place only two months before the final two months in the process of settling Iran's nuclear issue. It raises concerns that the agreement is not going to be signed in the end. Leading specialists on Iran, the director general of the Center for the Study of Modern Iran, Rajab Safarov, a senior researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Vladimir Sazhin, and the head of the Caucasus Department at the CIS Institute, Vladimir Yevseyev, commented on the situation in Iran.Rajab Safarov expressed confidence that there is a high chance that the agreement will be signed on July 20.Vladimir Sazhin, in his turn, also believes that the agreement is going to be signed and sees no harm in the prospect of a later agreement signing date. The expert believes that both sides are interested in signing the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program. "Iran is not so self-sufficient as to ignore the sanctions - it is forced to go along with the agreement, the Ayatollah and the president understood this a long time ago. The U.S. is also interested in it, especially after the Ukrainian events. The Americans do not want Iran to get closer to Russia," he said. Vladimir Yevseyev expressed his doubts that the agreement will actually be able to reduce tensions between the West and Iran. He also said that Iran should not cooperate with the U.S. because it is "an immoral regime."His speech featured at the graduation ceremony at the University of Imam Hossein in Tehran. He talked about the hostility of the West towards Iran and about Iran's struggle against these countries.
This statement took place only two months before the final two months in the process of settling Iran's nuclear issue. It raises concerns that the agreement is not going to be signed in the end. Leading specialists on Iran, the director general of the Center for the Study of Modern Iran, Rajab Safarov, a senior researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Vladimir Sazhin, and the head of the Caucasus Department at the CIS Institute, Vladimir Yevseyev, commented on the situation in Iran.
Rajab Safarov expressed confidence that there is a high chance that the agreement will be signed on July 20.
Vladimir Sazhin, in his turn, also believes that the agreement is going to be signed and sees no harm in the prospect of a later agreement signing date. The expert believes that both sides are interested in signing the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program. "Iran is not so self-sufficient as to ignore the sanctions - it is forced to go along with the agreement, the Ayatollah and the president understood this a long time ago. The U.S. is also interested in it, especially after the Ukrainian events. The Americans do not want Iran to get closer to Russia," he said. 
Vladimir Yevseyev expressed his doubts that the agreement will actually be able to reduce tensions between the West and Iran. He also said that Iran should not cooperate with the U.S. because it is "an immoral regime."

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