We, our P5+1, EU partners, and Iran have arrived at a consensus on the key parameters of an arrangement that, once implemented, will give the international community confidence that Iran’s nuclear program is and will remain exclusively peaceful.
This framework would cut off every pathway that Iran could take to develop a nuclear weapon.
Remarks to the Press Remarks John Kerry Secretary of State Olympic Museum Lausanne, Switzerland March 21, 2015 Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you so much for your patience. I know this has been a long few days, and we really are appreciative of everybody’s willingness to wait for long hours for small amounts of information. […]
Secretary Kerry on negotiations with Iran: Any deal that we would possibly agree to would make the international community, and especially Israel, safer than it is today.
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