Pence claimed that President Joe Biden has placated the oppressive Iranian dictatorship in his remarks to Iranian opposition leaders on Saturday at the Free Iran World Summit 2023 in riot-torn Paris, France.
Former Vice President Pence urged the Joe Biden administration to immediately halt and desist negotiations with Tehran over Iran’s nuclear program while addressing an enthusiastic crowd of Iranian expatriates in his speech as the GOP hopeful for 2024.
Today, as an average American citizen, I urge the Biden administration and the leaders of all nations that value freedom to stand with the Iranian people, to defend the rights of freedom and justice, and to immediately halt all nuclear talks with Tehran, Pence stated.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), often known as the Iran Nuclear Deal, has been the subject of several failed attempts by the Biden administration.
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Discussions Continue Amid Denials Of Imminent Nuclear Deal
Late in 2022, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken acknowledged that negotiations had stalled because Iran had made extraneous demands, demands unrelated to the goal of preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, which could destabilize the security of the Middle East and the world.
The deal, according to critics, including Pence and some nearby nations like Israel and Saudi Arabia, will provide Iran access to much-needed monies that it will use to support terrorism against its enemies in the region through proxy.
According to a June 14 article in the New York Times, the US has been attempting to negotiate an informal, unwritten agreement with Iranian officials that they refer to as a political cease-fire that would aim to prevent further escalation.
Other meetings on the subject are supposedly having taken place in Oman. There is no imminent nuclear deal, according to a representative for the State Department, who also refuted the news to Fox News Digital.