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The Rohani administration seems to prefer to continue with Iranian aand hold back until this small window of pressure closes and the pro-diplomacy administration of Joe Biden assumes power, “says Maysam Behravesh, Iranian analyst linked to the think tank Glingendael Institute.

With its pragmatic strategy,Iran did not respond head-on to incidents such as the sabotage of its Natanz uranium enrichment facility last summer, or the latest rounds of sanctions. “Rohani and [Iranian Foreign Minister] Zarif want to reduce tension, save the nuclear deal and set the stage for negotiations in the hope that Biden will move to lift nuclear sanctions and ideally all others,” adds Behravesh.

Source: Iran Calls For Revenge ‘At The Right Time’ Assassination Of Nuclear Scientist Mohsen Fajrizadeh | International

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