The US has sent a delegation of officials from the Foreign and Defense Ministries to visit Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Jordan to try and allay their concerns about regional security and a return to the nuclear deal • The main concern of moderate Sunni states is The expected removal of the sanctions
While talks in Vienna are at an advanced stage, and after a senior Israeli security delegation visited Washington last week for talks with senior government officials on the danger posed by the nuclear deal, the Biden administration is sending a delegation of senior US and Foreign Ministry officials to talks in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Egypt.
The delegation will also be attended by security and intelligence experts and the visit will continue until the 7th of the month.
U.S. State Department spokesman Ned Price said the visit was intended to calm the various tensions in the Middle East, but it would not deal with Iran or the talks taking place in Vienna.
But in the Arab world do not take this announcement seriously, it is clear that the moderate Arab countries belonging to the Sunni axis that the US delegation will visit will express their great concerns about the progress towards the return of the nuclear agreement and the lifting of sanctions on Iran.
The Bloomberg news agency reported last week that the Biden administration would send a delegation of senior officials to the Middle East to allay US allies' concerns about talks in Vienna between the powers and Iran over the nuclear issue.
This week, President Biden spoke by telephone with Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed, Abu Dhabi's heir to the Iranian nuclear threat, and expressed support for the expansion of normalization between the United Arab Emirates and Israel.
The Arab world followed with great interest the visit of senior members of the Israeli defense establishment to Washington last week, not many details were given about the results of the visit, but the impression given by media reports is that Israel has begun to internalize the Biden administration's nuclear deal with Iran. 2018, and also to remove the sanctions and that Israel is now adopting a policy of "reducing damages". It is preparing to submit a document to the Biden administration that includes a series of security requests and guarantees as compensation for the United States' return to the nuclear deal.
According to American sources, one of the main issues that the American delegation will deal with during its visit to Saudi Arabia will be the continuation of the war in Yemen.
President Biden is deeply concerned about the failure of his efforts to stop the war in Yemen, Iran seems to have stepped up Houthi rebel attacks on Saudi Arabia with ballistic missiles and booby-trapped drones as a lever of pressure on the US in Vienna talks and has no intention of ending the war.
It is highly doubtful that the US delegation will be able to allay the fears of the Arab countries it will visit from the danger of a return to the nuclear deal with Iran, this is the main issue that worries Middle Eastern leaders who are closely following the talks in Vienna.
Every day various reports and rumors are spread in the Arab and international media about significant concessions made by the Biden administration in the Vienna talks and the administration is busy denying them. The media demon dance is forcing the Biden administration to try and reassure US allies in the Middle East, especially after the Israeli security delegation visited Washington.
One of the major concerns of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates is that the lifting of sanctions on Iran will strengthen Iran's economy and it will flow a lot of money to strengthen its Shiite branches in Yemen, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, supply them with ballistic missiles and UAVs.
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