Clinton: We Are on Same Page on Iran

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that the United States and Israel are now on the same page regarding Iran.

“It’s absolutely fair to say that we are on the same page at this moment trying to figure our way forward to have the maximum impact on affecting the decisions that Iran makes,” Clinton said during a press conference in Jerusalem.

Clinton said that the proposals Iran has made on its nuclear program in the P5+1 talks were “non-starters.”

She said that Iran is under more pressure than ever before, and that the U.S. would prefer a diplomatic solution to the issue regarding its controversial nuclear program. Earlier Monday, Clinton hinted after her meeting with President Shimon Peres that there are differences of opinion between the U.S. and Israel over how to deal with Iran.

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