Iran Denies Visas to Congressmen Who Opposed Nuclear Deal
Iran said Tuesday it would not grant visas to three US congressmen opposed to the nuclear deal, calling their request to monitor the accord a “publicity stunt.”
The three Republican lawmakers — Reps. Frank LoBiondo of New Jersey, Mike Pompeo of Kansas and Lee Zeldin of New York — all voted against the deal and are part of a GOP backlash against the pact negotiated by Democratic President Barack Obama’s administration. The accord limited Iran’s ability to enrich uranium in exchange for the lifting of crippling economic sanctions.
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