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China and Russia, the influential powers in the SCO, have abandoned their reservations in their relations with Iran in recent years and established a more comprehensive relationship.

Iran-Russia cooperation in banking and finance within the framework of Russian financial systems will provide an opportunity to bypass Western sanctions against the two countries.

Even though Tehran supports Türkiye’s fight against the terrorist organization PKK on the official level, it makes different engagements in practice.

The negotiations, which lasted for two days in Doha, were inconclusive. The parties blame each other for the failure in question.

While NATO’s new Strategic Concept is marginalizing Russia and Iran, these two countries have participated in the Caspian Summit in order to turn their geopolitical position to an advantage against the pressure.

Due to its national interests, Türkiye remains at an equal distance from two critical states of the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Consequently, Türkiye utilized its balancing impact in favor of Iran in the Maximum Pressure policy era, may facilitate that influence to contain Iran’s adventurism under the new conditions.

The Vienna agreement will affect domestic power balances, but the crucial impact can be on the regional policies.

At this point, the next period will be a process for the USA and certainly for Israel to stomach Iran as a nuclear and regional power.

The parties' lack of flexibility in terms of the demands may bring Vienna talks and ultimately the JCPOA to the point of total collapse.

Tehran's problems with the West, led by the USA and the absence of expected support from the East, has been caught unprepared for the recent regional developments.