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    Zarif begs to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and persuade Trump to stay in the nuclear deal

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    Zarif begs to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and persuade Trump to stay in the nuclear deal Empty Zarif begs to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and persuade Trump to stay in the nuclear deal

    Post by Rocky Thu 26 Apr 2018, 3:03 am

    Zarif begs to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and persuade Trump to stay in the nuclear deal
    April 26 2018 1:16 AM
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    Only 18 days left from US President Donald Trump's deadline for a nuclear deal, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif begs to negotiate with Saudi Arabia over the situation in the region.
    Zarif said during his visit to Washington that Iran was ready to negotiate with Saudi Arabia, saying: "We and the Saudis talk a lot about each other and we do not talk to each other." 

    Zarif claimed that Saudi leaders 'accusations against Iran, including interference by the mullahs' regime in the internal affairs of countries, were null and void.  

    Zarif said there were many concerns that could be discussed but Iran decided not to mention them during the nuclear talks. 

    Zarif admitted that the time had come for change in Iran. "It is time for change. I tell you that Iran is ready for this, and he hopes that Macron and Merkel convince Trump to stay in the nuclear deal," he said. 



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