US Secretary of State John Kerry defended the Iran nuclear deal reached in Vienna last week saying those who criticized the deal provided no alternatives and those who think a better deal could have been reached are not being realistic.
In an interview with PBS on Friday Kerry was asked if the Obama administration would work to establish normal relations with Israel again which the interviewer said “even friends of the administration” claim have “been badly frayed by the Iran agreement.”
Kerry said he talked to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a day earlier and regularly throughout the nuclear negotiations.
He said the US was more linked day to day in the security relationship with Israel than at any time in history.
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