We are ready to negotiate with Iran! This is a words that we hear over and over from America, but Iran is studying the dimensions of negotiations in the post-assassination of Qassem Soleimani, the Iranian attack on the Ain Al-Assad base, the smooth passage of Iranian oil tankers towards Venezuela, as well as the widespread protests in the United States, from several corners.
It is an offer that is not acceptable in Iran these days. The position of non-negotiation with the United States in the current situation is very firm among people and politicians. Ali Motahari, a former member of parliament and one of the politicians interested in negotiating with the United States, tweeted: "America offered to hold talks with Iran before its election. But Trump must know that the assassination of Soleimani destroyed all paths of negotiation, because talks would mean negotiating with Soleimani's killer."
Although Motahari is implicitly satisfied with the negotiations, but it seems that the blood of the martyr Soleimani and perhaps the consequences of the people's anger prevented him from speaking out.
The Trump government is aware that the United
States is in a very bad position these days. Although the Americans will not
put themselves publicly in a position of weakness, but the evidence indicates
that the US withdrawal from the region began after Soleimani’s martyrdom, and
this is what we see from the reduction in US forces number in Iraq and Afghanistan