New White House winner may engage with Iran: Pakistani editor

New White House winner may engage with Iran Pakistani editor
     New White House winner may engage with Iran: Pakistani editor

 

Editor of Pakistan’s oldest English newspaper ‘Dawn’ says if there is a change in US administration and Democrats end winning the White House there are bright chances that they will revisit Trump’s decision and return back to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

 

In an exclusive interview with IRNA in Islamabad on Saturday, Fahd Husain, who has 30 years of experience in journalism and media management, said that everything depends on a change of leadership in the US as far as Iran is concerned.

 

“Obviously it was Trump’s decision to walk out of the JCPOA despite a lot of opposition not only domestically from democrats but also from European allies but he did it, so from what I can see if there are a change and democrats ends winning the White House there are bright chances that they will revisit Trump’s decision, come back to the table,” noted Hussein.

 

The English-language Dawn newspaper is Pakistan’s oldest newspaper which was founded by Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Delhi, India, on 26 October 1941.

 

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Fahd Husain expressing his views said as far as the JCPOA is concerned, Pakistan has always been in support of the pact, it was a nuclear pact which was negotiated with a lot of detail and it had all the key stakeholders involved in it so it was a very promising and welcome step.

 

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“Everybody including Pakistan was looking forward to a lot of promising results from that, unfortunately, US President Donald Trump pulled out of it but the encouraging thing is that the European countries are still very much holding on to the pact,” he said. He said Pakistan has also said very clearly.
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