Kerry assure Peres that Obama intent on stopping Iran nukes

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May 1, 2012 17:31

 
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US Senator John Kerry, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations assured President Shimon Peres on Tuesday that United States President Barack Obama is committed to preventing Iran from progressing with its nuclear program.

In the course of their discussions on the latest development with regard to Iran, Kerry reiterated to Peres and the people of Israel, the strong commitment of President Obama to stop the nuclearization of Iran.

Kerry, who is on one of his periodic visits to Israel and other parts of the Middle East, also discussed developments in the region and bilateral relations between the US and Israel.

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