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General News    H4'ed 7/20/15

Kerry to Netanyahu: Better nuclear conclusion with Iran "fantasy"

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US Secretary of State John Kerry has lashed out at the critics of the recent nuclear breakthrough with Iran, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying a better conclusion is nothing but “fantasy. The fact is we spent four years putting together an agreement that had the consent of Russia, China, France, Germany, Great Britain and Iran. That is not easy,” Kerry said in his interview with PBS over the weekend. The top US diplomat emphasized on the fact that despite what critics suggest, diplomacy was the only way to resolve differences with Iran because sanctions were ineffective and would have lost the backing of other countries sooner or later.
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