One of Iran’s leaders on Sunday said that a nuclear deal with Iran would be possible if the United States does not listen to the “Zionist lobbies,” Arutz Sheva reports.
“At present, settlement of issues needs political will. There are still differences over the method of removing the sanctions and we think that if the Americans refrain from being influenced and pressured by the Zionists, certain countries and radicals, all grounds will be prepared for a comprehensive and complete agreement and we have almost arrived at that point,” Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said, according to the Fars news agency.
He added that certain regional Arab states, the “Zionists” and some extremist political streams in the United States do not want the negotiations between his country and the West to produce results.
“At present, we think that we have reached very good points in the negotiations and we can say we have attained good agreements in most, if not all, technical areas,” Jahangiri said, adding that major technical issues have been settled. Read more here.