Tehran and Washington will be able to “easily resolve issues” that arise on the bilateral agenda, and this only requires the appropriate will of the US government with the coming to power of Joe Biden, according to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
“If the next US leadership has the will, in my opinion, the issue can be easily resolved. Iran and the US can decide and return to the state that was (before) January 20, 2017 (Trump’s inauguration). This can be a big solution for many issues,” the Iranian President added.
Tehran hopes that the next US government will take its first steps to review the current US administration policy towards Iran.
The United States in May 2018, during the presidency of Donald Trump, withdrew from the agreement with Iran on the nuclear program reached by the “six” international mediators (Russia, the United States, Britain, China, France, Germany) in 2015, restoring all previously existing sanctions against Iran, including secondary ones, that is, against other countries doing business with the Islamic Republic.
The Iranian authorities call the sanctions “economic terrorism” and refuse to review the deal’s provisions, as required by Trump.