Russia doesn't think bill passed in U.S. can foil understandings on Iranian nuclear program

Moscow doubts that the bill on Iran recently passed by the U.S. Senate can undermine an understanding between P5+1 and Iran on the nuclear program.

 "As we understand a bill has been voted for that gives sufficient space for the Obama administration to sign a mutually-acceptable understanding. I don't see any danger now that anti-Iranian and anti-Russian forces in the U.S. Congress would be able to foil these understandings using intricacies of procedure or provisions of the bill. I don't see such a danger," Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said to the press on Saturday.


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