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


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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