(Worthy News) – The prospects of restoring the nuclear agreement between the United States and Iran are drifting away, an official told Israel Hayom Friday, citing Tehran’s response to Washington’s latest proposal and internal political processes in the US.
The official estimated that the 2015 deal will not be renewed at least until after the midterm elections slated for Nov. 8. Nevertheless, the official said that if an agreement is reached, it will most survive a rejection by Congress even if Republicans obtain a majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate – as polls predict they will.
According to reports, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, an ardent proponent of the deal, has expressed pessimism in conversations with Democratic senators who oppose the agreement, and hinted that negotiations might not lead to a breakthrough. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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