White House: Bilateral agreements between Iran, IAEA not side deals

By REUTERS
July 23, 2015 20:12

 
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WASHINGTON - Bilateral agreements between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency do not represent any kinds of separate deals alongside the recent nuclear deal between Iran and the United States and other world powers, the White House said.

"This does not represent some sort of side deal," White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters in a daily briefing on Thursday.

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