Congress won't tighten sanctions against Iran until the end of Geneva negotiations round
Congress won't tighten sanctions against Iran until the end of Geneva negotiations round

According to U.S. Senator Bob Corker the influential Republican on Foreign Relations Committee in the Senate, U.S Congress won't  tighten sanctions on Iran until the end of the current round of negotiations in Geneva.

Corker expected that voting on the draft decision about expanding  sanctions on Iran might occurred on 2 December at the next meeting of the Senate Council after Thanksgiving holiday.

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