The U.S. does not intend to talk to Iran

The former Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador, current first-class state advisor, consultant to the head of the Russian Strategic Studies Institute, Dmitry Ryurikov, and the head of the Center of Socio-Political Studies, Vladimir Yevseyev, commented on stiffening of sanctions launched by the U.S. against Iran. After the new president Rouhani was elected, it was expected that the situation over Iran will improve. Experts believe that the U.S. will intend to hold bilateral negotiations on the nuclear problem, but it is not so. The U.S.A. still follows its way in the sphere, and we cannot expect serious progress in settlement of the Iranian nuclear program.