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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