You heard it here first, Iran is trying to compromise. Specifically, Iran is ready to compromise about their controversial nuclear deal with other world powers. “I believe what is needed more than anything else is coordination among our opposite sides so they can come to a common viewpoint in the talks,” state-run satellite news channel Press TV quoted Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran Abbas Araghchi as saying. Araghchi has said that Iran saw a lack of coordination between the six countries Iran has been negotiating with, U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany. The goal of the talks to for Iran to cap their work with nuclear power and in exchange the aforementioned six countries will ease sanctions on Iran. Though the U.S. and Iran broke off their last round of negotiations, which took place last Wednesday, the President of Iran said he believes a final deal is still possible. The world powers hope to have finalized negotiations completed by the end of March and a permanent agreement by June 30th.
Contributor: Phoebe Roe