The potential fallback after open letter from US Senators to Tehran

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The next deadline over Iran nuclear talks is less than two weeks away. Ahead of that deadline, world powers are already discussing the possibility of lifting UN sanctions on Iran if a deal made. The talks come ahead of another round of negotiations next week over Iran’s nuclear capability.

This week, nearly four dozen Republican lawmakers warned Tehran in a letter that any nuclear deal could possibly not be ratified by Congress. On Thursday Iran’s Supreme Leader slammed that open letter.

For more on the open letter to Tehran and what’s at stake in the Iran nuclear talks, CCTV America interviewed Hossein Mousavian, the former diplomat served as the spokesman for Iran’s negotiating team for more on the open letter to Tehran and what is at stake in the Iran nuclear talks.

The potential fallback after open letter from US Senators to Tehran

The potential fallback after open letter from US Senators to Tehran

The next deadline over Iran nuclear talks is less than two weeks away. Ahead of that deadline, world powers are already discussing the possibility of lifting UN sanctions on Iran if a deal made. The talks come ahead of another round of negotiations next week over Iran's nuclear capability. This week, nearly four dozen Republican lawmakers warned Tehran in a letter that any nuclear deal could possibly not be ratified by Congress. On Thursday Iran's Supreme Leader slammed that open letter. For more on the open letter to Tehran and what's at stake in the Iran nuclear talks, CCTV America interviewed Hossein Mousavian, the former diplomat served as the spokesman for Iran's negotiating team for more on the open letter to Tehran and what is at stake in the Iran nuclear talks.

There is the open letter to Tehran organized by freshman Senator Tom Cotton and signed by 46 other U.S. Senators.