Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Obama have mostly appeared to be on opposite sides of the spectrum. Nevertheless, the recent speech by the supreme leader suggests that both leaders are on the same page when it comes to an important aspect of the nuclear negotiations; Both leaders are opposed to a bad nuclear deal.
President Obama previously pointed out that ”no deal is better than a bad deal.” Iran’s supreme leader consented recently stated, “The Americans keep saying no deal is better than a bad deal; we also agree with that.”
In addition the supreme leader gave a moral boost to President Rowhani’s nuclear team to continue with the nuclear talks. He added: “I would go along with any agreement that could be made. Of course, I am not for a bad deal. No agreement is better than an agreement which runs contrary to our nation's interests.”
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Iran’s paramount leader’s stance
The position of Ayatollah Khamenei has been modified as the nuclear talks have unfoldedMajid Rafizadeh