Ernest Moniz: Arms Embargo ‘Directly Tied to Nuclear Performance’

‘The arms embargo and the missile were put in when 1929, the resolution, was passed’

MONIZ: “Well, of course, the arms embargo — and I will defer to John, but the arms embargo is something that was directly tied to the nuclear performance.”
KERRY: “It was not extraneous. It was already in there. The arms embargo and the missile were put in when 1929, the resolution, was passed.”

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