Anthony Blinken: Washington will seek a stronger nuclear agreement with Tehran

Washington-ALsharqiya January 20: US State Department candidate Anthony Blinken confirmed that Washington would seek a stronger nuclear agreement with Iran, indicating that it would include ballistic missiles and destabilization activities. Blinken said during a hearing in the US Congress to confirm his appointment that a stronger nuclear agreement with Iran that includes ballistic missiles and its destabilizing activities should be worked out, and he stressed the need not to allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons.


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