Kurginyan: If Iran starts playing games with US it will lose massively

20.03.2022, Moscow.

Iran’s potential engagement in any games with the USA in the context of the Iran nuclear deal and the sanctions against Russia can result in great losses to Iran in the future, up to loss of statehood, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on March 12 on the Right to Know program on the TVC channel.

According to Kurginyan, the Iranian elite understands that it should not buy the momentary promises of the USA, because in the future this will come to no good.

“As for Iran, Iran has to understand that if it only tries to play a game with the USA again, it will lose massively. And it seems to me that the cold-minded Iranian elite (and this is, by the way, a mullah-cracy, which is more cold-minded than secular authorities) understands this,” Kurginyan stressed.

The political scientist is confident that if Iran starts any games with the USA to the detriment of Russia, it will strategically lose its statehood.

“If they only start playing against us seeking for any unilateral benefits, then they will strategically lose the existence of their state. However, in principle, we have always been very close with Iran,” the political scientist concluded.

After sanctions were imposed on Russia, including those against oil supplies to the USA, the American side dramatically intensified the negotiations on the Iran nuclear deal.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on March 15 that “the nuclear deal is in the home stretch.” According to Lavrov, the Russian side has received written guarantees from the USA that no sanctions will be applied to Russia within the interaction on the Iran nuclear program.

An agreement with Iran on its nuclear program would lift USA’s sanctions from Iran and open the global market for Iranian oil, thus reducing global oil prices.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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