White House dismisses Rouhani claims West 'surrendered' in nuclear deal

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January 14, 2014 22:09

 
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The White House dismissed claims made by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday that the West "surrendered" to Iran in nuclear talks, AFP reported.

"It is not surprising to us and nor should it be surprising to you that the Iranians are describing the agreement in a certain way towards their domestic audience," White House spokesman Jay Carney said. "It does not matter what they say, it matters what they do."

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