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"Iran insists it is seeking a good deal and will not sacrifice such an agreement for speed. For this reason, I personally have doubts about reaching an agreement on the date mentioned by the West, in mid-February", a foreign policy expert told.

"In recent weeks, unlike the Iranian, Russian and Chinese delegations, which sought to create hope by approaching Vienna talks with a positive attitude, Western delegations have tried to inject disappointing news into the media," Amir Ali Abolfath a foreign policy expert, said in an interview with ILNA news agency.

"No agreement has been reached between the US and European delegations with Iran, China and Russia on setting a time-frame."

he added that Iran insists it is seeking a good deal and will not sacrifice such an agreement for speed. For this reason, I personally have doubts about reaching an agreement on the date mentioned by the West, in mid-February, because the gap between the expectations and demands of Iran and the United States is so large that it is difficult to reach an agreement in a few weeks.

Abolfath confirmed that In 2015, perhaps, the level of pessimism towards the United States in Iran was not so high, and there was some hope that Washington would adhere to its commitments.

"The US government must ensure that what happened to JCPOA during Trump's presidency is not going to be repeated."

"So, such details have slowed down the negotiation process. If we want the agreement to remain stable, rushing is not the right approach and attention to accuracy and speed must be applied at the same time," the analyst added.

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