Iran plays the diplomatic card in an attempt to save the nuclear weapons abandoned by the United States in the aftermath of a military escalation involving Israel in Syria, which has given the international community a cold sweat. 19659002] Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif will commence a tour of Beijing, Moscow and Brussels on Saturday for talks on Iranian nuclear program, which the other signatories continue to defend – France, Russia, China, the United Kingdom, United Kingdom and Germany.
Iran seems determined not to be released into an open conflict with Israel, its archemesis, which welcomed the United States withdrawal from this agreement – which it considers insufficient to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons ̵
In an unprecedented outbreak of fever, Israel led thousands of deadly flights to "Iranian" targets in Syria on Thursday, saying they responded to "Iranian" rocket fire from Syrian territory to the part of the Golan Heights occupied by the Jewish state.
In Syria, Israel's neighbor, Iran supports military Bashar al-Assad's regime in its war against rebels and jihadists. But Israel proclaims that it will not allow Tehran to use Syria as a bridgehead against it.
The White House on Friday criticized Iran's "destabilizing" influence over the Middle East, condemning in a single paper of rakets fired in Israel and ballistic missiles targeting Saudi Arabia from Yemen this week
"This week fired (Iran's elite army ) rockets on Israeli civilians and Iranian agents in Yemen have launched a ballistic missile on Ryad, says the US leadership spokesman in a statement. "It is time for the responsible countries to put pressure on Iran to change this dangerous behavior."  On Friday, in a first reaction to the strikes, Iran denied the Israeli version. "The repeated attacks of the Zionist regime on the Syrian land have been conducted under unwarranted phenomena," said the Foreign Ministry.
As early as Thursday, Iranian President Hassan Rohani placed himself evenly if he had not mentioned climbing Syria. He stressed that his country would not I have "new tensions" in the region.
– Demonstration in Tehran –
Following his visit to Beijing and Moscow, the Iranian Minister will hold a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday with the head of Europe's diplomacy Federica Mogherini and his German, French and British counterparts
The agreement concluded in 2015 aims at to facilitate trade with Iran and increase the economy, lift heavy international sanctions in exchange for a Tehran commitment to limit its nuclear activities and never seek the atomic bomb.
Its application is verified by the International Atomic Energy Agency, whose chief executives resigned on Friday.
Spokesman for the UN Office, based in Vienna, did not give way to deviate from Tero Varjoranta, intervening after the White House claimed that Nuclear Surveillance is continuing despite United States withdrawal.
In Iran, ultra-conservatives have mobilized themselves against any concession against Europeans, and thousands have shown in Tehran against the nuclear agreement by burning American flags and launching anti-Israeli slogans.
In the aftermath of the escalation, the Israeli forces were at the max alarm in the northern part of the country.
And on the other side of the border were the forces of Syria, Iran and Lebanese Hezbollah, another Israeli bite noire, were also at the max alert, according to the Syrian observatory for human rights.
– Russian Role –
According to analysts, Israel has the feeling of having Washington's green light to act more aggressively against the Iranian presence in Syria, especially after the US exit from the nuclear talks.
Iran says the experts are in a sensitive position: he wants to show his firmness to the United States and Israel, but at the same time he needs Europeans' support to preserve the agreement and the small economic gains.
"The Rohani administration would be interested in saving what could still be this agreement by talking to Europe, the Russians and the Chinese, and therefore, more or less, try to control escalation in Syria and do not go too far into answers" , says Karim Emile Bitar, Research Director at the Institute of International and Strategic Relations, AFP
. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who defends the agreement, has multiplied the contacts, Speaking with German Chancellor Angela Merkel after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
According to Yossi Mekelberg in Chatham House Thinking Media in London, Moscow "Is not Glad Iran is getting too much power also of influence "in Sy
The Israeli strike, he says, was probably carried out with Russia's silent consent.