U.S. seeking a negotiation treaty with Iran

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According to recent reports, on Wednesday, ahead of U.N. meetings which will be held in New York next week, A U.S. special envoy located in Iran said that the United States seeks to make negotiation treaty with Iran, this treaty according to reports will include both Tehran’s ballistic missile program and the regional behavior of this program. Nevertheless, Iran, on the other hand, has rejected all U.S. attempts in holding the high-level talks since according to them, President Donald Trump previously had dismissed up an ongoing nuclear deal which existed between the Tehran and other 6 world powers early this year. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo however listed dozens of demands in May, which he said if they would be implemented it could bring up a new agreement. However, the Hook’s in reference to the treaty which needs approval by the U.S. Senate. This in accordance to the treaty appears new focus to the agreement.

However, Envoy Brian Hook in his report spoke to an audience and said that Hudson Institute thinks tank and that the new deal in position. He said that he hopes that the two countries will be able to sign a deal with Iran. In his statement he said that this deal will not be personal agreement among the two governments like the agreement which transpired lastly. However, among this Pompeo’s demands, he accounted for the release of the jailed Americans by the Tehran. Also Pompeo demanded Tehran end to the existing missile and nuclear programs and also Iran should withdraw all its forces and end all the financial support which sides conflicts with Yemen and Syria. However, Hook did acknowledge the Iranian leaders of not having the interest to engage in despite talk statements which this year Trump administration was willing to meet. However, the 2015 deal according to reports was an executive deal (agreement) which the U.S. Senate didn’t ratified. The deal only covered Iran’s nuclear program. A to the U. S.  this treaty requires approval by the parliament Senate. This deal is expected to be effective by the beginning of next year.