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US envoy headed to Gulf to discuss ‘options’ on Iran’s nuclear program

With the Vienna talks stalled, US officials are warning that they have other ways to rein in Iran's nuclear enrichment.
Blinken Lapid

The lead US envoy on international negotiations with Iran to limit Tehran’s nuclear program will head to the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia in a few days to discuss backup plans with Washington’s allies should the negotiations fail.

During a think-tank event in Washington on Wednesday, Special Envoy Rob Malley struck a cautious tone in discussing the Biden administration’s ambitions to returning to a nuclear agreement with Tehran.

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