Spox: No negotiation ever held with US in Oman
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has rejected any rumors about Iran-US negotiation in Oman, saying no negotiation has been done nor will be with te Unites Statest of America.
"Mr. Trump has no clear understanding of the identity of international relations and his remarks on negotiations with Iran have only internal usage. "
Attending his weekly presser on Monday Saeed Khatibzadeh responded to Iran Press question regarding Trump’s claim that Iran seeks agreement with the US while the situation gets more difficult after the upcoming US Presidential Election.
Rejecting what has been mentioned in Kuwait newspaper” Aljarideh ”regarding Iran and US negotiations, Khatibzedeh said that Trump's consultants have not understood what has happened, no negotiation has been done nor will be done with the US.
These claims have internal use for Trump only, he highlighted.
The US must accept his fault, respect international laws and then stop the inhuman war and imposed sanctions on Iran, which later compensates all damages which have been imposed on Iran, Khatibzadeh noted.
After taking all the above steps, the US may find a place in JCPOA, Khatibzadeh added.
Iran’s position has been stable, clear, and decisive, no negotiation will be done with the US, Foreign Ministry spokesman concluded.
In response to a question about the remarks of the Prime Minister of Kuwait and the invitation of Iran to talk and reduce tensions in the Persian Gulf, Khatibzadeh said: Iran's answer has already been given. From the beginning and in recent years, Iran has repeatedly proposed initiatives for regional talks, the most important of which is the Hormuz peace initiative which was proposed by the President.
Khatibzadeh said: "We think we can have comprehensive talks in the Persian Gulf region as soon as possible between the countries of the region for stability and peace in this region. The principles and foundations of such talks are stated in the proposed plans, and we hope that the Kuwaiti government will satisfy the countries that are not interested in these talks. We have been, are, and will be."
The Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman about the rockets hit in the 'Khodafarin' region in Iran after clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia: "Nothing good has happened. The situation in the region can no longer tolerate this violence. We immediately told our friends in these two countries to end the tensions as soon as possible. An immediate ceasefire, cessation of hostilities, and the start of bilateral talks are the only definitive solution to this issue. A military solution is not a lasting solution to this decades-long dispute."
He said: "Iran is using all its power to resolve this issue and we are following this situation with sensitivity and we are constantly talking to the parties involved."