Ulyanov: Western goal was to divert the Vienna talks – Mehr News Agency Iran and world’s news

According to the Mehr news agency, Mikhail Ulyanov, Russia’s representative to international organizations based in Vienna, stated that the aim of the Westerners in the anti-Iranian resolution of the Board of Governors was to divert the Vienna talks from their main path.

Ulyanov confirmed the above issue in tweet confirmation Tehran Times newspaper He said that while diplomatic efforts to lift unilateral sanctions against Iran continued, the US and European troika (E3, including France, Britain and Germany) seemed to focus more on the failure of the Vienna talks.

He wrote in his tweet: “The recent resolution of the International Atomic Energy Agency, which is supported by three European countries and the United States, is a reason to believe that they are trying to derail the Vienna talks on the IAEA.”

“But I think this was an unintentional strategic miscalculation, and these countries are still looking for a successful finalization of the negotiations,” Ulyanov added.

Russia’s envoy has previously criticized the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in a series of messages criticizing Western action.

He also said that he believes that despite the resolution of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors against Iran, there is still a chance to revive the IAEA Board.

Mikhail Ulyanov had said: “There is always a chance (revival of Barjam). It is certainly too early to say that this agreement has been broken. This (agreement) is in a deadlock, which will most likely continue for some time after the adoption of the unwise and unconstructive resolution of the Board of Governors against Iran.

Earlier, the United States and three European countries, Britain, France and Germany, submitted a draft anti-Iran plan to the IAEA Board of Governors, which was later voted on with 30 votes in favor, 2 against and 3 abstentions from India and Libya. And Pakistan passed.

Russia and China were said to have voted against the resolution.

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