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متن انگلیسی در پایین صفحه
Stati Uniti e Repubblica islamica mai così vicini contro l'ISIS. Gli interessi spiegati dall'ex funzionario del Ministero degli Esteri Ahmad Hashemi- See more at: http://www.lindro.it/politica/2014-06-17/132224-iraq-la-via-iraniana#sthash.LtKaB9TS.dpuf
- See more at: http://www.lindro.it/politica/2014-06-17/132224-iraq-la-via-iraniana#sthash.LtKaB9TS.dpuf
متن انگلیسی مصاحبه
1) Does a war in Iraq make easier nuclear talks in Vienna for Iran? Is a final agreement with the group 5+1 more likely today than two weeks ago?
The war in Iraq has brought more weight and importance for Iran’s Middle Eastern policies in a way that the U.S, has suggested to its arch-enemy – Iran - to cooperate in this issue. So what happens in Iraq is in the interests of Iran because it made the Al-Maliki government more dependent on Tehran and has given a bargaining chip to Iran in the Vienna talks and also broght Washington-Tehran closer. The West as well needs Iran more than ever to help reduce the crises in Syria, Iraq and other countries in the region and of course Iran now has the upper hand to include its own interests in any proposed solution for the above crises. Iran is experiencing its strongest ever position and the most influential foreign policy after almost winning the war in Syria.
2) Can Iran take advantage of a long sectarian conflict in Iraq to rise his oil and gas export in Europa and generally also to asiatic countries?
Recently there was an argument in Iranian media that Iraq is taking Iran’s position as the second biggest OPEC oil producer and in reaction to those news Iranian petrolium minister reiterated that Iran will keep its position as second oil producer. So again what is going on in Iraq and in the long-run the weak and divided government in Baghdad is in the interest of Tehran.
3) Rohani proposed Obama an alliance against rebels of Isis in Iraq. Could political informal negotiations become open and turn to a war in common (iranian troops + Us raid) in Iraq?
This is too much for Iran to engage in a war at the same line with Americans against rebels but what Iran could do is that it can cooperate with the U.S. government in the area of sharing intelligence and encouraging shiite militia to fight with Isis, in coordination with American troops.
4) How big and near is the danger of Isil's escalation and militar advance in Iraq for iranian and turkish borders and for iranian and turkish common people?
For Turkey this danger is more serious as the Isis members have already infiltrated into Turkey and there was some clashes between Turkish troops and rebels inside Turkey. For Iran however, Isis threat is not imminent because there is an Iraqi Kurdistan and Shiite buffer zone between Isis and Iranian borders. But if Isis become stronger then it can pose threat by inspiring and playing a role model for Iranian Sunni extremists in regions like Balochestan province.