In light of the developments of US President Joe Biden's visit to the Middle East, and his intention to sign with the Israeli side the "Jerusalem Declaration" document to coordinate on preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, the Iranians clearly declared that Washington's efforts in the region will not achieve security for Israel, while he sees Observers that Tehran is continuing to coordinate with its Russian allies to contain the repercussions of Biden's visit to the region.
For his part, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi said that Tehran is carefully monitoring developments in the region, and will not lose sight of any movement in it, warning that his country will respond firmly to the slightest move targeting its territorial integrity.
Not far from the language of threats and mutual threats between Tehran and Washington on the eve of Biden's visit to Israel, Tehran is preparing to roll out the red carpet to receive Russian President Vladimir Putin on July 19, when a meeting with Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is scheduled.
Putin's visit to Tehran is considered by the United States as a "grave threat" (Reuters)
Iranian observers see Putin's visit to Tehran, just two days after the end of Biden's Middle East tour, as a response to the latter's visit to the region and to discuss a package of regional and international issues, which prompted US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan to classify Putin's visit as a "grave threat."
Sullivan's comments come in response to the publication of US reports about Tehran's willingness to help provide Russia with hundreds of drones that can be used in the war on Ukraine.
In this context, the former Iranian ambassador to Moscow, Nasser Nobari, considers Putin's visit to Tehran "an appropriate response to the concluding of the planned alliances against the Islamic Republic," stressing that the official US positions do not indicate Biden's intention to participate in a military alliance against Iran, but rather wants to reassure his allies in the region that Washington You will not abandon them if the nuclear deal is revived.
Nobri indicated - in his speech to Al-Jazeera Net - that the Iranian file will be present in all Biden's meetings in the region, explaining that the American and Russian sides are competing to attract Iran to their camps, and Tehran must take a balanced policy between them for its national interests.
The former Iranian diplomat explained that the goals and policies of Washington and Moscow have become conflicting in light of the continuation of the Russian war on Ukraine, stressing that Putin's visit to Tehran seeks to nullify the plans that may result from Biden's visit to the Middle East.
Biden announced from Israel the continuation of US pressure on Iran (Anatolia)
And whether Biden’s announced positions in Israel regarding “the continuation of pressure on Iran and his total rejection of removing the name of the Revolutionary Guards from the list of terrorism” will eliminate the nuclear negotiations, the researcher in international affairs, Parasto Bahrami Rad said that the Iranian and American sides are keen to keep the door to negotiations open despite the threats. launched by each party against the other.
And the researcher considered the American talk - about continuing pressure on Iran to dissuade it from its demands in the nuclear negotiations - indicating that Washington does not have a plan “B” in the event that the negotiations fail permanently, stressing to Al-Jazeera Net that unlike Tehran, which has adapted to American pressure, Washington still sees Returning to the nuclear agreement is the best way to contain the challenge of the nuclear file.
Bahrami Rad added that Tehran preceded Biden's visit to the region by enriching uranium at the Fordow facility, confirming its intention to move forward in reducing its commitments to the nuclear agreement, which Washington abandoned.
She described the Iranian Foreign Ministry's announcement - regarding the continuation of technical cooperation with Moscow - as a clear message to those working to establish a Middle Eastern military alliance to confront the threat of Iranian drones and missiles, stressing that Iranian-Russian relations have turned into a strategy after the Russian war on Ukraine and that they continue to coordinate to confront the camp. Maadi.
Bahrami Rad believes that unlike Tehran, which has adapted to American pressure, Washington hopes to return to the nuclear agreement (Al-Jazeera)
The researcher in international affairs concluded that the United States more than ever desires to establish security in the Middle East due to the high tension between it and both China and Russia, stressing that Biden’s positions in Tel Aviv against her country are political and come to satisfy the Israeli side, and that Washington will welcome any Iranian step Aiming to revive the nuclear deal.
Meanwhile, Heshmatullah Falahatpisheh, a professor of political science and the former head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee in the Iranian parliament, commented on Putin's upcoming visit to Tehran by saying that the files that the two sides will deal with will differ according to the results of Biden's visit to the region.
In an article published in the "Arman Milli" newspaper, Bisha said that the Iranian and Russian sides will have to put strategic issues on the agenda of the joint summit if Biden tries to help form regional alliances.
Bisha ruled out that Biden's visit would lead to the announcement of a complete halt to the nuclear negotiations, but at the same time he called on Tehran to announce the death of the nuclear agreement in the event that the US side moves practically against Iranian interests.