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US Warns Iran’s Incoming Government There Won’t Be a Better Nuclear Deal

Indirect negotiations between the US and Iran to revive the nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, are on pause until Ebrahim Raisi replaces Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in August. Axios reported Wednesday that US officials are warning the incoming government that it won’t get a better deal than what has already been negotiated.

It’s not clear what exactly the US and Iran have negotiated. Rouhani has said an agreement was reached for the US to lift most major sanctions, but other elements of the Iranian government denied that any sort of agreement was made. On Wednesday, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called the US “stubborn” in its demands of Iran and said Washington would not provide guarantees on sanctions relief or that it wouldn’t withdraw from the deal again.

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The US didn't keep the last deal!

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