Response to Leilaz’s Claim Regarding Zarif’s Audio File Claim

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Response to Leilaz's Claim Regarding Zarif's Audio File Claim

Response to Leilaz’s claim about Zarif’s audio file

Saeed Agangi, a journalist residing in Finland, in response to Saeed Leilaz’s claim that the release of Zarif’s audio file was to give a positive pulse to America, claimed that this action was done with the main purpose of undermining the government and Zarif.

Mr. Agangi wrote on the social network X that he knows the confidential path of disclosing the audio file because he was the first to publish it, and he firmly states that Leilaz’s statements are contrary to the truth.

The Rouhani government and Zarif had no role in releasing the audio file. The file was transmitted to the media with the main purpose of undermining the government and Zarif. The reason I published it before anyone else is that the plans that were set for that file would be disrupted, and that’s how it happened. Mr. Leilaz either doesn’t know or intentionally says the opposite.

Mr. Leilaz had said in an interview with Shargh newspaper that the incident of the publication of the hours-long interview file with Mohammad Javad Zarif, without me mentioning who did what, one of the goals and reasons and aspects of its disclosure was to send a positive signal to the American side, so that if the Biden administration wants to take action to revive the JCPOA, it can be done in the final months of the Rouhani administration’s term, so that reviving the JCPOA can help align with the Rouhani administration’s power continuity.


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