Trump responds to Iran's offer to negotiate: No thanks

Today, US President Donald Trump responded by rejecting a negotiating offer by Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif.

"The Iranian foreign minister says that Iran wants to negotiate with the United States, but with the removal of sanctions," Trump wrote on his official Twitter account.

"No thanks," Trump added.

Zarif had expressed during a press interview his country’s readiness to engage again in negotiations with the United States to resolve outstanding issues between them, especially the nuclear file.

In the interview, Zarif said: The Trump administration can "correct its past" by lifting the sanctions it re-imposed on the Tehran regime and returning to the negotiating table, "We are still at the negotiating table, and (the United States) is the only party that left."

Iran had previously refused Omani and Qatari mediation to calm with the United States, following the killing of Qassem Soleimani.

(T/S)

ANHA


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