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Post by RamblerNash on Sat May 25, 2019 11:58 pm

Kuwait reveals: the start of US-Iranian negotiations

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05/25/2019 - 17:31

Deputy Foreign Minister of Kuwait Khaled al-Jarallah said that "negotiations between Washington and Tehran appeared to have begun," the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Anba reported on Saturday.

In response to a question by reporters on the sidelines of the Ramadan evening held by the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry on the evening of the fifth, in honor of the diplomatic missions accredited.

"It seems that negotiations between the two sides have started, there is movement and contacts," he said, citing the visit of Foreign Minister Yousuf bin Alawi to Tehran.

Asked whether the escalation was similar to the one in North Korea that led to the negotiating table, Jarallah said, "That experience was successful."

He expressed the hope that "this situation will be similar to the crisis of North Korea."

The Kuwaiti official expressed his country's confidence that wisdom and reason prevail, that the situation in the region is calm and that there is no clash. "We are within this circle, and we believe that there is hope and optimism that there will be control so as not to endanger or threaten the security of the region," he said. Al-Jarallah pointed out that «Kuwait is always ready and ready to make any efforts aimed at calm and stability and avoid confrontation».

Al-Jarallah pointed out that «this confidence derived from the declarations, as the two sides of the US and Iran did not want the war». "We are within this circle, and we believe that there is hope and optimism that there will be control so as not to endanger or threaten the security of the region."

Recently, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi revealed a diplomatic move by his country to contain the escalating crisis between Tehran and Washington.

Tension between Iran and the United States has grown since Washington pulled out of a nuclear deal in 2015 and re-imposed tough sanctions on Tehran.

Over the past few days, tension has intensified after the Pentagon announced the dispatch of the Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier and bomber planes and its intention to send troops to the Middle East for alleged intelligence about possible preparations by Iran to carry out attacks against US forces or interests.

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