State Dept. Official Says US Not Looking To Renegotiate Iran Deal

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The State Department’s top nonproliferation official said Wednesday that the U.S. is not looking to reopen negotiations on the Iran nuclear deal and instead hopes to strike a supplemental agreement to fix existing flaws.

“We are not aiming to renegotiate the JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] or reopen it or change its terms,” U.S. non-proliferation envoy Christopher Ford told reporters in Geneva, according to Reuters.

“We are seeking a supplemental agreement that would in some fashion layer upon it a series of additional rules – restrictions, terms, parameters, whatever you want to call it – that help answer these challenges more effectively.”


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