US News Ebrahim Raisssi, the future Iranian President, does not intend to meet Joe Biden
Israel believes that the election of Raisssi in Iran must "wake up" the great powers
© Gil Cohen-Magen, AFP Prime Minister Naftali Bennett delivers a speech to Jerusalem, on June 13, 2021. The Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said, Sunday, that the election of Ebrahim Raisssi "is a signal for the powers to wake up, a last-minute signal perhaps before returning to the nuclear agreement". The victory of the ultraconservant Ebrahim Raïssi in Iran is seen from a bad eye by Israel.
Ebrahim Raisi, elected President of Iran Saturday, June 19, announced that He did not want to meet the US President Joe Biden, even though this possible meeting was able to alleviate the United States sanctions against Iran.
The Future Presidentsaid on Monday, June 21, having no intention of meeting the President of the Joe Biden, while their two countries are engaged in indirect negotiations to attempt to save L International Agreement on Iranian Nuclear.
Iran and United States opposed for 40 years
"No" , replied Raïssi to the question of an American media asking him if he intended to meet the host of the White House in the Where these discussions would reduce US sanctions against Iran, and in order to "settle" problems between the two enemy countries for more than 40 years.
Moreover, he clarified that there is "no obstacles" to a resumption of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Discussions with Saudi Arabia
"There are no obstacles, on the side of Iran to the reopening of embassies" , "said Raïssi, when discussions are in progress to achieve to a rapprochement between the two rival powers of the Gulf who have no more diplomatic relations since the beginning of 2016.
Field, Joe Biden's dog (not the one who bites everyone, the other) died .
Field, 13-year-old German Shepherd, was one of the two dogs of the presidential couple with white house © Mandel NGAN / AP / SIPA Field, Joe Biden DEC Dog - Champ, 13-year-old German Shepherd, was one of the two dogs of the presidential couple with white house the German Shepherd of the American presidential couple, field, is dead , announced Saturday Joe and Jill Biden, paying tribute to the dog who "made everything better" when he was by them.