Iran tells Putin its position is difficult as sanctions approach

Iran tells Putin its position is difficult as sanctions approach

KUWAIT: A diplomatic source confirmed that my visit to Ali Akbar Velayati, advisor to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Moscow at the same time, were not coincidental, but were programmed by the Russians for indirect talks and an agreement on the Iranian presence in Syria . The source, who was not identified, said that Russia had informed Tehran of the Israeli demands and asked them to send a representative full authority to reach a solution to the “Iranian knot” in Syria, indicating that my mandate presented Thursday, during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Tehran’s answers on the demands of Tel Aviv and the conditions of his country. He stressed that Velayati also presented to Putin the Iranian nuclear proposals, including the conditions of Tehran to accept US demands on the nuclear file, to be carried by the Russian President with him to the Helsinki summit between him and his US counterpart Donald Trump days later, noting that Tehran has already begun to consider softening its attitude towards Israel, as opposed to finding some flexibility from Washington and Europe.

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