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Alaee added that, "we cannot leave aside negotiations, whether at the apex of power or in a position of weakness."
But Salehi, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, told reporters in Brussels: "If words are not turned into deeds, then ... it is very ominous, the situation would be unpredictable."
"Their patience is much greater than the patience of western negotiators. They will exhaust the Americans, they will squeeze them," Shabtai Shavit says.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Other key world powers would also be consulted, but not the militant groups Islamic State or Nusra Front, which are classified as "terrorist organizations."
The bill requires the Obama administration to send Congress regular, detailed reports on a range of issues including Iran's support for terrorism, ballistic missiles and nuclear programs.
Zarif said no good agreement can be achieved with the threat of sanctions hanging over Iran.
"We are absolutely convinced we can do it again," Obama said of the international sanctions, which have crippled Iran's economy.
ANALYSIS: The average congressman may be unaware of the specific details challenging talks.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The president's word is tested by Tuesday's hard deadline with Iran.
Reports of Iran's views toward shipping out enriched uranium called into question.
US said to be aiming for agreement by March 29.
"Another heavy dose of sanctions would be an appropriate remedy if there's no agreement at all," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told a weekly news briefing.
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