Los Angeles Times:
If he is confirmed as secretary of State, Rex Tillerson said he would plan a "full review" of the international accord that blocks Iran's ability to build a nuclear bomb.
But appearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Tillerson did not promise to rip up the deal, as President-elect Donald Trump sometimes has said he would do.
Tillerson said he would increase monitoring and verification systems to ensure Iran does not violate the agreement, which eased international sanctions against the country in exchange for destroying most of its nuclear fuel production facilities.
“We need ... to examine our ability to clarify whether Iran is complying,” Tillerson told the committee.
“That means no nuclear enrichment in Iran, no storing of nuclear materials in Iran,” he said.
Reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations nuclear watchdog, have not cited any significant violations by Iran since the deal was implemented last January...
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