Blinken: Joe Biden Will Lift Sanctions Necessary in Iran Deal Even If Those Entities Fund Terrorism

‘We’re engaged in indirect conversations with, Iran about the possibility of a mutual return to compliance with the nuclear agreement’

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BLINKEN: “Senator as you know, we’re engaged in indirect conversations with Iran about the possibility of a mutual return to compliance with the nuclear agreement, the so-called JCPOA and we -- we -- we don’t know at this stage whether Iran is willing and able to do what it would need to do to come back into compliance. So we'll see if that actually materializes. Were that to happen we would -- our responsibility would be to lift sanctions inconsistent with the JCPOA.”

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