Negotiation with US ‘very fact of infiltration’

TEHRAN, Nov. 02 (MNA) – The IRGC commander-in-chief has told a meeting in University of Tehran some ‘insiders’ advocate negotiating with the enemy.

Major. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari who was addressing an anti-US meeting, ‘A New Chapter in Battle,’ held in Faculty of Law and Political Science, University of Tehran, said that JCPOA cast the country into new and unchartered territories which would be excellent grounds for enemies maneuvering; “this has some domestic causes; the first is that some officials in ranks and files of government would reiterate that we should talk to enemies; I believe this ‘conspiracy’ follows the same objectives in deflecting the Islamic Revolution [of its true goals] sought by past conspiracies,” he told the meeting. “In different periods in the history of the Revolution, a view of the west which advocates investing trust on the west has been strong sometimes and weak other times; the new atmosphere was conducive to negotiation with the enemies in other issues than nuclear program, which the Leader assessed as cultural invasion and quite dangerous,” he added.

He quoted the Leader of the Islamic Republic; “as the Leader accurately said, the very concept of the negotiation with the US provides the hegemonic power an instrument to infiltrate, believing that even in nuclear negotiations they had been seeking ways to open the doors to Iran, which fortunately kept closed,” said the major general.

Jafari also responded questions on the important regional developments. On IRGC official position especially in Syria and Vienna 2 conference on Syria, and Yemen, he told students that not all actions would be disclosed to the public; “the majority of the western leaders do not welcome Assad in a future Syria, to which some insiders also agreed; they fail, intentionally or quite inadvertently, to see the fact that the resistance hinges upon Assad government, and people, despite the dire situation, still support Assad,” he asserted.




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