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    US defense: It is in our interest to maintain the nuclear agreement with Iran

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    US defense: It is in our interest to maintain the nuclear agreement with Iran Empty US defense: It is in our interest to maintain the nuclear agreement with Iran

    Post by Rocky Wed 04 Oct 2017, 3:37 am

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    US Defense Secretary James Matisse on Tuesday offered support for Iran's nuclear deal ahead of President Donald Trump's forthcoming announcement on whether he would stick to the deal.

    In a Senate hearing, Matisse said he would support staying in the Iranian nuclear deal if Iran's commitment was confirmed, saying it was in the interest of the United States.

    Trump is due to go to Congress on October 15 if he considers Tehran to meet its obligations under the nuclear deal.

    If it is considered non-binding, it will open the way for new US sanctions against Iran and the deal could end.

    Trump said a few days ago that he had made his decision but was not yet ready to reveal it. C


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