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USA: Kerry convinced “beyond any reasonable doubt” that Iran nuclear deal will "get job done"00:46

USA: Kerry convinced “beyond any reasonable doubt” that Iran nuclear deal will "get job done"

United States, Philadelphia
September 2, 2015 at 04:09 GMT +00:00 · Published

The current US administration are convinced "beyond any reasonable doubt" that the Iran nuclear deal will "get the job done," US Secretary of State John Kerry said during a press statement in Philadelphia, Wednesday.

Kerry's statement comes as the US Congress is set to vote on the agreement with Iran on September 16. Although Congress is still able to block the deal, US President Barack Obama has secured enough support in the US Senate to make sure that the deal will go through, with Democrat Barbara Mikulski of Maryland becoming the 34th senator to support the legislation, Wednesday.

Negotiations between Iran and the US, Russia, China, the UK, France, and Germany kicked off in 2006 with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif finalising negotiations on international legislature that will allow Iran to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes in exchange for significant easing of Western economic sanctions against Iran. Israel together with its Gulf allies and many Republicans in Congress have been campaigning against the deal.

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The current US administration are convinced "beyond any reasonable doubt" that the Iran nuclear deal will "get the job done," US Secretary of State John Kerry said during a press statement in Philadelphia, Wednesday.

Kerry's statement comes as the US Congress is set to vote on the agreement with Iran on September 16. Although Congress is still able to block the deal, US President Barack Obama has secured enough support in the US Senate to make sure that the deal will go through, with Democrat Barbara Mikulski of Maryland becoming the 34th senator to support the legislation, Wednesday.

Negotiations between Iran and the US, Russia, China, the UK, France, and Germany kicked off in 2006 with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif finalising negotiations on international legislature that will allow Iran to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes in exchange for significant easing of Western economic sanctions against Iran. Israel together with its Gulf allies and many Republicans in Congress have been campaigning against the deal.