US Senator on Rouhani speech: Words must be followed by action on Iran nuclear program

September 25, 2013 01:48


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Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, US Senator Robert Menendez said on Tuesday that the US is "resolved to take whatever action is necessary to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons capability."

In a statement released following Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's speech at the UN General Assembly, Menendez said that while he welcomes Rouhani's statement urging for a peaceful and diplomatic path on the issue of Iran's nuclear program, "words must be followed by action in the form of a credible and verifiable agreement to terminate Iran’s nuclear weapons program.”

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