Blinken: Iran Shutting off Nuke Monitoring Cameras Makes Reaching Deal We 'Spent a Lot of Time' with China and Russia on 'More Difficult'

Blinken: Iran Shutting off Nuke Monitoring Cameras Makes Reaching Deal We 'Spent a Lot of Time' with China and Russia on 'More Difficult'


During an interview aired on Tuesday’s “PBS NewsHour,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated that Iran turning off cameras monitoring its nuclear activity means that getting back into the Iran nuclear deal, which “we spent a lot of time with our European partners, with China, with Russia even, over the last year” to do “even more difficult than it already is.”

Host Judy Woodruff asked, “Now that they have turned off most of the cameras monitoring their nuclear activity, does that mean the prospects for a deal with Iran over its nuclear program and the U.S. are dead?”

Blinken responded, “It certainly makes it even more difficult than it already is. The fact is, Judy, that we spent a lot of time with

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