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    Political analyst: Iraq's mediation between Washington and Tehran has not been successful

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    Political analyst: Iraq's mediation between Washington and Tehran has not been successful Empty Political analyst: Iraq's mediation between Washington and Tehran has not been successful

    Post by Rocky Mon 10 Jun 2019, 2:39 am

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    [size=52]Political analyst: Iraq's mediation between Washington and Tehran has not been successful[/size]

    [size=45]BAGHDAD (Reuters) - German Foreign Minister Haiku Mas arrived in Tehran on Sunday to try to salvage a nuclear deal between Tehran and the 5 + 1 group in 2015, which is on the verge of collapse after the United States withdrew from it last year and tensions between Washington and Tehran escalated.
    [size=45]The visit comes three days after the telephone call between Mas and his Iraqi counterpart, Muhammad Ali al-Hakim, in which he discussed the importance of achieving stability in the region and pushing for a solution to crises in accordance with the resolutions of international references. "The European countries are distancing themselves from the tension between the United States and Iran, but what matters to these countries, including Germany, is the nuclear agreement with Iran called 5 + 1, and the German minister to visit Baghdad knows," says Ali al-Tamimi, a specialist in international law. That Iraq is unable to intervene significantly or to have an impact, because the United States and Iran do not want to enter Iraq, in contrast to the intervention of Japan, which came at the request of the parties, and the role of Iraq is limited to deliver messages between the parties to pay the specter of war, To be successful, and today may formally cost Iraq mediation By Germany. "He continued Tamimi: "Iran seems to be betting on it, as is the case with the United States. That is why they do not want mediations from parties that may be looking for their interests. The mediator must be neutral and not favor one at the expense of another, a subject that may not apply to Iraq. There are internal loyalties in Iraq linked to ideological Iran, and at the same time there is the US embassy in Baghdad, which Iraq must protect under international law. "What matters to Iraq is the issue of the war between the United States and Iran, not the nuclear agreement. So Iraq can be a mediator in rescuing the nuclear deal, but it can not be a mediator on the US blockade against Iran. "[/size]


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