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© Tolga Akmen AFP the main Iranian negotiator, Ali Bagheri Kan. Meeting under high voltage this Monday, November 29 in Austria. With the resumption of the negotiations between Iran and the great powers in Vienna, the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the objective is to try to resurrect the agreement of 2015, which has by the Suite largely derailed under the impulse of the United States.
No Emirati responsible had been in Iran since 2016 and the execution by Saudi Arabia of a Chiite religious opponent © Joe KLAMAR / AFP An Iranian flag (Illustration) Diplomacy - No Emirati manager had returned to Iran since 2016 and the execution by Saudi Arabia of an influential religious opponent Shiite
a Safe Upper of the United Arab Emirates Wailed this Monday in Iran for the first time since 2016, this Sunday reported the ISNA press agency. "At the official invitation of Admiral Ali Chamkhani, representative of the Supreme Guide and Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of our country, the Emirati Adviser to National Security, Cheikh Tahnoun Ben Zayed, will arrive tomorrow (Monday) in Tehran "Said ISNA.
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© Florian Schroeter, AP The flag of Iran floats in front of the international center building with the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, in Vienna In Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021. After five months of break, the United States of Joe Biden resume Monday in Vienna the indirect negotiations with Iran about the Iranian nuclear agreement. Observers remain pessimistic about the possibility of saving the agreement spent in 2015. The atmosphere is stretched in Vienna.
This official visit of an Emirati manager in Iran will therefore be the first since the Irano-Saudi rupture in 2016, after the execution by Saudi Arabia of a Shiite religious opponent. The Emirates subsequently reduced their diplomatic ties with Tehran.
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Iran Shiite is the large regional rival of L Saudi Arabia Sunni, leader of the Arab monarchies of the Gulf grouped in the Gulf Cooperation Council (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain). Relationships are in saw teeth between these monarchies and Tehran, accused despite his denials to look for to develop the atomic weapon and destabilize the region.
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with large oil and gas reserves, the Emirates, very poor in 1971, have become a must-see economic and political power in the Middle East. ehab Fouad, 64, was still a teenager when he participated fifty years ago at the parade celebrating the birth of the United Arab Emirates , became one of the richest and influential countries of the Gulf .
Iran and Saudi Arabia, however, expressed their desire to overcome their differences and undertaken negotiations in recent months. "In addition to his Iranian counterpart", the Emirati adviser to national security "will meet senior officials from our country," said the agency. "The development and strengthening of bilateral relations and the review of regional developments" are on the menu of this visit, added the agency.
On 26 November, the Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri, charged mainly on the nuclear file, had gone to Abu Dhabi to meet in particular Anwar Gargash, Diplomatic Advisor of the President of the Emirates. It was the first visit of a new government manager in Iran, in place after the election of the UltraConservative President Ebrahim Raisi in June.
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