Negotiations to form Lebanese government ... Russia, France mediate with Iran to convince the Shiite duo

Lebanese press sources said that France asked Iran to persuade the Shiite duo to give up the finance portfolio in exchange for not voting on the US proposal to impose sanctions on Tehran in the Security Council.

A prominent political source revealed that what is happening at the level of forming the government in Lebanon is much smaller than what is being prepared behind the scenes between the American and the Iranian, and he believed that a major settlement coming between these two parties will have repercussions on the countries of the region, and of course Lebanon will not be immune to it.

Despite the intensification of communications away from the media between the official and political headquarters, no breach appeared in the file of the government's formation, and the financial knot remained unresolved.

In this context, the information indicated that the contacts that Russian officials made with the Iranians regarding the Lebanese government file have not yielded positive results.

In addition, the information pointed out that there is a split in the crisis cell in France with regard to communication with "Hezbollah" and that Paris received British, German and Italian advice not to float the party, indicating that France asked Iran to persuade the Shiite duo to give up the financial portfolio in exchange for not The vote on the US proposal to impose sanctions on Tehran in the Security Council on Monday, but Iran is waiting for the positions of other European countries.

While the United States of America has returned all sanctions on Iran, France's representative to the United Nations, Nicolas de Riviere, said in a tweet commenting on the US decision, that France, Germany and Britain will remain committed to implementing the entire nuclear agreement as the only way forward to contain Iran's nuclear program, affirming That the lifting of UN sanctions on Iran will continue, and that Iran will remain accountable until it fulfills its obligations.

In his turn, Dmitry Poliansky, the Russian deputy delegate to the United Nations, said in a tweet that it is painful to see a great country “insulting itself in this way and obstinately opposing” other members of the Security Council, and also said that the United States is determined to undermine international law by imposing its selfish will on others. "

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