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Gulf states want Iran deal talks to address Tehran’s missiles program, support for proxy groups

The Gulf Cooperation Council’s statement on Wednesday echoed similar demands from members of Congress.
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The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) said Wednesday that the ongoing talks on Iran’s nuclear program should include deliberations on Iran’s missiles program and support for proxy groups in the Middle East. The council also asked to be part of the negotiations. 

The foreign ministers of the GCC member states said any nuclear deal with Iran must account for Iran’s policies in the region. 

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