Kerry: Nuclear deal not intended to ‘reform’ Iran regime
The Iran nuclear deal is not intended to push Tehran's regime to reform but to prevent it building a bomb, Secretary of State John Kerry told skeptical US lawmakers Tuesday. In his second appearance before Congress in a week, America's top diplomat stressed that the plan reached this month with Tehran was the best deal achievable. "Let me underscore: the alternative to the deal that we have reached is not some kind of unicorn fantasy that contemplates Iran's complete capitulation," Kerry warned before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
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