Iran expert: Tehran will not abide by any agreements and exploit them to destabilizeEnglish - الأربعاء 15 مارس 2023 الساعة 10:47 ص
Jason Brodsky, director of policy at United Against Iran, said he did not believe Tehran would abide by any agreements, but rather exploit them to further destabilize.
The Iranian expert, Brodsky, was commenting on the Saudi-Iranian deal, which was brokered by China after four days of previously unannounced talks in Beijing between senior security officials from the two countries.
Brodsky said in a statement to "Newsyemen": "I do not think that Iran will abide by any agreements, but rather exploit them to further destabilize."
He added, "The agreement came as a result of the weak US position against Iran," noting that "the US failure to respond to the Khurais and Abqaiq attacks in 2019 had an important role."
In the context, Babak Taqvaei, an Iranian military expert in the field of aviation and defense, told NewsYemen that the Iranians will do anything to make the US policies and influence in the Middle East as weak as possible.
Taqvaei added, "The decline of American political hegemony and influence in the Middle East provided a good opportunity for China to fill the gap and for the Iranian regime to take advantage of China to fill that gap."