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The US will impose sanctions on Iran for violating the nuclear deal after Congress has passed final funding for a 2018 Department of Defense spending bill, Reuters reported citing members of Congress who had a copy of the text.
In addition to new sanctions, the bill will require the Administration to notify Congress 30 days in advance of any arms sales to Iran and remove the sanctions against Russia, South Korean, Chinese and other state-controlled companies over human rights abuses in Ukraine.
The sanctions could force Iran to suspend most of its nuclear program under the agreement.
US lawmakers are in agreement that Iran is violating the agreement.
Earlier on Sunday, the US Congress extended the congressional override of a veto on the Department of Defense Appropriations bill, which funds the military for the rest of 2017.
An executive order signed by President Barack Obama in 2015 called on Congress to override President Trump’s veto every time the US Congress overrides a veto.
The president has warned the Iran nuclear agreement will not hold if congressional lawmakers continue to block his decisions on military spending.
He urged Congress to override the
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