A deal between the U.S. and Iran has led to the unfreezing of about $6 billion of Iranian funds held in South Korean banks. However, this move does not signal a thaw in Iran-U.S. relations, as underlying tensions persist due to significant disagreements. The released funds will be restricted to humanitarian use. The deal also involves the release of some prisoners on both sides, facilitated by Oman and Qatar. Despite these developments, the root issues, including the Iranian nuclear deal and sanctions, remain unresolved. The relationship between the two countries remains hostile, and uncertainties lie ahead.
Source : CGTN