Iran sees no prospects for negotiations with the US

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Tehran currently does not see prospects for negotiations with the United States, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Abbas Mousavi said.

"At the moment, we see no prospects for negotiations with the United States," he said during the briefing, adding that Tehran does not currently have any reason to negotiate with any of the US government officials.

He noted that Tehran needs to wait for other conditions and follow the further development of the situation.

Over the past month, the situation in relations between the United States and Iran has deteriorated significantly. The US authorities have imposed tough sanctions against key areas of the Iranian economy and continue to increase sanctions pressure.

Washington’s stated goal is to “change the behavior” of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The United States also declared the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) a terrorist organization.

In response, Iran recognized the Central Command of the US Armed Forces (CENTCOM) as a terrorist organization, and the United States itself was "the state sponsor of terrorism."

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