After months of threats to really stick it to Iran if they renege on the interim P5+1 nuclear deal, US State Department official Wendy Sherman today conceded that Iran has actually done everything they promised to do under the deal.
Sherman insisted the US has done everything they promised as well, though since one of their promises was no new sanctions throughout the deal and hawks in Congress are still pushing those sanctions, that remains speculative.
Either way, Sherman continued the administration’s policy of downplaying the chances that the new talks would net a permanent nuclear settlement, saying any deal would “be very tough.”
The ongoing talks in Vienna went through their second day today, and officials say that good progress was made, though only two days into a six month process it is still awfully soon to predict a breakthrough.
7 thoughts on “Iran Keeping Its Promises, US Admits”
Was that admission forced?
Sadly the United States Doesn't!
Since the agreement was signed the Stupid Republican fools in Congress have tried to pass new Sanctions, that they didn't pass is not the point that there was an attempt is the problem!
Not only 'Stupid Republicans' are responsible. You can also cite the ASININE, TRAITOROUS Decomcrats, starting with Menendez, Schumer, Gillibrand, the guy in Conn., etc.
Most of the ones who want new sanctions, just happen to be the biggest recipients of AIPAC spending money.
Iranian government has nothing to hide. Israel is the one who lie about every thing.
I am looking for the day that a news, from somewhere in this world, say the same thing about USG and EU governments.
The longer the US diddles with Iran, the greater the picture drawn that shows the US cannot be trusted to hold up it's end of the bargain.
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