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Iran's Foreign Minister Says Nuclear Deal to Stay
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17 Feb 2017 01:25 PM EST

On Friday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that sending US ground troops to Syria to fight ISIS will fan flames of extremism in the region that will impact the security of the whole world. In an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour, he also claimed that the agreement with Iran to limit its nuclear program which was made in 2015 by the US, Iran and five other world powers, will stay in place. His statement comes at odds with much of what members of US President Donald Trump's administration are saying. Zarif said there was an international agreement not to let the deal, which took two years to negotiate, come undone.

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