Kerry to Iran: Words must be backed with action on nuclear program

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October 29, 2013 06:09

 
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US Secretary of State John Kerry urged Iran to back its willingness to reach a peaceful resolution to the dispute over its nuclear weapons with action, but did not specify what action was required, Chinese news agency Xinhua reported on Tuesday morning.

"Words cannot replace real action," Kerry said at a Washington gala held by the Ploughshares Fund on Monday night.

Kerry also urged the American public and Congress to get behind efforts to reduce nuclear weapons worldwide.

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