Former US Secretary of state pushed shadow diplomacy to Iran: fear that Iraqs nuclear agreement would be abolished.

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 Former US Secretary of state pushed shadow diplomacy to Iran: fear that Iraqs nuclear agreement would be abolished.


According to anonymous sources, Kerrey and Irans foreign minister Javad Zarif discussed how to maintain the Iran nuclear agreement reached in 2015. The meeting two weeks ago is the second meeting of two people in two months. During the Obama administration, the two spent many years discussing Irans nuclear issue. In July 2015, Iran and Russia, the United States, Britain, China, France and Germany reached a historic agreement on Irans nuclear issue over the years. The nuclear agreement, however, is now facing the biggest threat to date. President Trump has publicly criticized the agreement during the campaign and decided to make a final decision on whether the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement in May 12th. As the deadline continued, Kerrey had been taking a positive and secret way to protect it. He contacted the foreign politicians he met when he was Secretary of state, hoping that they would put pressure on the Trump government from outside. As former Secretary of state of the United States, Kerreys initiatives highlight the dissatisfaction of Trump himself and other diplomats in the Obama era. Kerrey and others believe that the Iran nuclear agreement is an important factor in maintaining stability in the Middle East and ensuring the Non-Proliferation of nuclear weapons in the world. In 2015, after a long consultative discussion, the Iran nuclear agreement was finally reached, and Iran was relieved of the UN Security Council, the United States and the European Union to lift economic and financial sanctions. The agreement entered into force on January 16, 2016. A former Secretary of state, as a real diplomat and a negotiator, is very rare in the discussion of foreign policy, said Michel o Han long, a foreign policy expert at the Broolyn Institute. Of course, the former Secretary of state often keeps close contact with foreign leaders, but rarely about specific issues, especially after they have just left office. Kerrey and other officials who lobbied foreign dignitaries to pressure the United States refused to take a stand on the matter. Because he and those allies believe that the Democrats high - profile defence of the Iran nuclear agreement will only backfire, irritate Trump and eventually lead to the US launch of the Iran nuclear agreement. Source: China Daily Web Editor: Sun Ruonan editor in charge: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 As former Secretary of state of the United States, Kerreys initiatives highlight the dissatisfaction of Trump himself and other diplomats in the Obama era. Kerrey and others believe that the Iran nuclear agreement is an important factor in maintaining stability in the Middle East and ensuring the Non-Proliferation of nuclear weapons in the world. In 2015, after a long consultative discussion, the Iran nuclear agreement was finally reached, and Iran was relieved of the UN Security Council, the United States and the European Union to lift economic and financial sanctions. The agreement entered into force on January 16, 2016. Kerrey and other officials who lobbied foreign dignitaries to pressure the United States refused to take a stand on the matter. Because he and those allies believe that the Democrats high - profile defence of the Iran nuclear agreement will only backfire, irritate Trump and eventually lead to the US launch of the Iran nuclear agreement.