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EU foreign policy chief Borell States Trump peace Strategy unlikely to succeed

Europe’s new foreign affairs leader Josep Borrell stated Donald Trump’s Middle East peace strategy was not likely to succeed as he prepared to make his first trip to Iran.

Ayman Hsafadi.

“We are extremely much aware the Israeli-Palestinian battle is just one of the longest, most painful and intricate battles in our history,” he told reporters.

“The experience during the past 50 years has proven that, without arrangement among all the sides, no peace strategy has an opportunity to be successful.”

The US president Israeli-Palestinian peace plan was broadly rejected by Arab leaders because it was published on Jan. 28.

First Trip Iran in top job

Borrell’s trip to Tehran on Monday is viewed as the most recent move by the EU to conserve the 2015 atomic deal between Tehran and world forces.

Tehran has reacted by slowly rolling back its commitment to the offer.

It’s his first trip to Tehran since taking office. He fulfilled Zarif at Brussels in January, when European foreign ministers organized a special meeting to go over the continuing crisis.

Following the U.S. drone strike that murdered Iran’s top overall Qassim Soleimani in January, Iran declared it would no more honor limits set on the number of centrifuges it could use to enrich uranium.

Zarif said the movement was a”remedial step” obtained within the frame of the nuclear thing. He said it might be reversed.

The bargain fell in 2015 goals at capping Tehran’s atomic activities in exchange for lifting sanctions. Iran signed the accord with the United States of America, France, Germany, the Uk, Russia, and China.