Iran to offer new negotiation approach to IAEA: Araqchi

Iran's Abbas Araqchi
Iran’s Abbas Araqchi

“I see an encirclement of Israel in play with these constant progress announcements, building a Hadrian’s Wall to hold off the Zios flank moves to derail the Iran nuclear talks and keep military tensions and oil high.”… Jim Dean


 … by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor    … with  Press TV, Tehran


The shift away from Israel continues
The shift away from Israel continues

We now see that we have a triple layer of talks going on. There are the P5+1 talks on top…the ‘technical meeting’ ones which will always be in between the next P5+1,  and now these IAEA talks going on in parallel.
The technical talks are critical as they iron out those loose ends so the next P5+1 meeting can produce agreement on a particular step. What they are doing is avoiding any surprises and ironing out possible wrinkles before they are aired in public.
This does not give the Israelis much to sink their teeth into. They have already blown their wad on demanding no nuclear activity at all for Iran because they know that Iran would never agree to it. Israel knows that once the Iran bogus nuke scare is put to bed, world attention will focus on their WMD being ‘neutralized’.
While Israel is floundering around I am seeing what appears to be a controlled slow steamroller movement which the Israeli attempts to derail will just bounce off. Announcement keep coming from different countries so the Zionist Foreign Office is working overtime just to stay up with what is going on.

A perfect example of that is the German recently delivering their contribution. German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has warned Israel of “harsh consequences” if it fails to attend the upcoming session of the United Nations Human Rights Council. This is huge.
They are setting Israel up by putting the Zios on notice that the old games are not going to be played anymore. If Israel ignores engaging in ‘international cooperation’ then it will be sanction time for Israel, which is the end. The Zios don’t have a fraction of the natural resources that Iran had to ride out the sanctions.

What Germany’s moves also says is the European domestic Jewish lobbies are being ignored now. We are not hearing anything from them, indicating that Israel wants to coordinate everything from Tel Aviv. I am seeing what looks like to me folks, is the tipping point we have always hoped for, a general consensus among most of the world powers of the tail wagging the dog days has to be ended with the Zios.
As I have written on his before, the only real universal push behind this seemingly coordinated move is these countries want these never ending Mid East destabilizing issues addressed and fixed so they cannot be used to keep energy prices higher than they should be.
They have been late coming to the game…but is seems they see that lower energy prices is critical to having a chance to turn the economic slide around.  And what we are seeing is that they don’t plan to drag this our for several years, either I am wondering where the super bad guys are on all this.


First published on Press TV – October 27th, 2013


The IAEA's Yukiya Amano
The IAEA’s Yukiya Amano

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for International and Legal Affairs Abbas Araqchi says the country will propose a new negotiation approach to the UN nuclear agency.
“Tomorrow (Monday) talks with Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano will focus on Iran’s new approach to negotiations with this international body,” Araqchi said on Sunday.He added that the Iranian side would also exchange views on ways to proceed with bilateral cooperation and resolve the two sides’ ambiguities and questions.
The Iranian official noted that the latest developments in talks between Tehran and the six major world powers — the US, the UK, France, China, Russia and Germany — would also be discussed in the meeting.
Araqchi and Amano are scheduled to hold a meeting in the Austrian capital of Vienna on Monday ahead of the opening of a new round of technical and legal talks between Iran and the IAEA.
Iran’s Ambassador to the IAEA Reza Najafi will head the Iranian delegation and IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Safeguards Herman Nackaerts will lead the IAEA team.

Araqchi further pointed to a forthcoming expert-level meeting between Iran and the six world powers and said experts from Iran’s Oil Ministry, Road and Urban Development and Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade as well as the Central Bank of Iran and the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran will attend the talks.

The expert talks will be held in the Austrian capital, Vienna, on October 30 and 31, with the Iranian team headed by Hamid Ba’eedinejad, who is Iran Foreign Ministry’s director general for political affairs.



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