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TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran's commitment to not pursuing nuclear weapons is a permanent one and the nuclear deal does not include the so-called "termination clause" that allows the deal to be terminated, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araji said Thursday.
The United States wants to review flaws it sees in what it calls the terms of ending the agreement with Iran in 2015.
"Although the US administration and Trump are talking about an expiry clause and the agreement is only valid for 10 years, this is not true, and Iran's commitment to the agreement not to pursue nuclear weapons is permanent," Araghji said.[/ltr]