Last quote by Reza Marashi
This is a bigger political struggle or political battle inside of Tehran and there are some people in Iran who want to build bridges between Iran and the outside world, and there are some people who want to blow up those bridges while innocent people like Jason are standing on them. They see an Iranian-American journalist like Jason – who has nothing to do with any of the internal political battles in Iran, has nothing to do with US-Iran relations – more broadly. A small group of people who make bad decisions in Iran can use Jason as a pawn.
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Reza Marashi is associated, including Tehran, Iran, and nothing. Most recently, Reza Marashi has been quoted saying: “In order to find a durable peaceful solution to the myriad conflicts that have caused this region to be set ablaze is going to have to be collective security with the various parties working together in order to promote secure, stable outcomes. There is no other way.” in the article 'Step up cooperation' over nuclear issue, Iran warned. An other article where Reza Marashi has been quoted is Iran backs plan to put Syria's chemical weapons under international control.
Quotes by Reza Marashi
Sep 19 2014
In order to find a durable peaceful solution to the myriad conflicts that have caused this region to be set ablaze is going to have to be collective security with the various parties working together in order to promote secure, stable outcomes. There is no other way.
Sep 10 2013
The use of chemical weapons of the Assad government was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back for many decision-makers in Iran. But I would go a step further and argue that the indiscriminate killing of innocent Syrians on behalf of the Assad government, by the Assad government was a straw that broke the camel's back for many Iranians long ago.
Jun 13 2013
An improvement in the relationship between Iran and the West is going to be a marathon, not a sprint. I think the trust gap is so large and the differences in terms of policy preferences is so large that a sustained diplomatic process to try to bridge that gap and build more of an understanding is going to be quite an undertaking.
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