Skip to comments.UPDATE 5-Senior U.S., Iranian officials to meet Monday-Tuesday in Geneva -U.S.
Posted on 06/07/2014 2:12:09 PM PDT by BenLurkin
The United States said on Saturday it will send its No. 2 diplomat to Geneva to meet senior Iranian officials on Monday and Tuesday in what appeared an effort to break a logjam in wider negotiations over Tehran's nuclear program.
Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns, who led secret U.S.-Iranian negotiations that helped bring about a Nov. 24 interim nuclear agreement between Iran and the major powers, will head a U.S. delegation. Under Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, the primary U.S. negotiator with Iran, will accompany him on a team that will include senior White House national security staff.
The most recent round of nuclear talks between Iran and six major powers in Vienna last month ran into difficulties, with each side accusing the other of having unrealistic demands in negotiations aimed at curbing Tehran's atomic program in exchange for an end to economic sanctions.
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That cartoon says it all.
More give away of US security
by the unvetted First Moslem by fraud.
Why does this make the little antenna hairs on the back of my neck get all chilly and stand up?
Oh, well... As long as they work out some “Peace and Safety” it should be all right... Right?
So Obama will give the Iranian nuclear weapons program an official green light.
His election victory has given him more flexibility.
As scary as things now are for America — Obama is about to make them a lot worse.
So the same guys who negotiated a treasonous surrender to a nuclear Iran are being sent back to push their treason even further.
Why not add Jimmy Carter to this carefully chosen delegation? I’m sure he’d be delighted to assist.
“As scary as things now are for America Obama is about to make them a lot worse.”
What makes it even worse is when the Iranians finally pull the trigger, the rats will blame the republicans and get away with it.
It will be broken.
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