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Sanctions ‘create some problems’; talks possible with conditions



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The U.S. “maximum pressure” policy aimed at isolating Iran will not work, but the regime would be willing to negotiate if the Trump administration returns to the Iranian nuclear deal and drops economic sanctions, President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday.

“Of course, sanctions naturally create some problems, but they will not yield any results for the enemies,” Rouhani told state media Sunday. “Maximum pressure has failed. We are in a better situation in the region now.”

Rouhani said he doesn’t think Trump wants a war with Iran because it would “ruin” his reelection chances.

In a rare bipartisan effort to curb Trump’s powers, eight Senate Republicans aligned with Democrats last week to support legislation that would restrict the president’s ability to wage war with Iran. The measure, which goes to the House, reflected lawmakers’ concerns that U.S. tensions with Iran could escalate into a full-fledged war.



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