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The Democrat Joe Biden, who was elected US President confirmed the readiness of the future administration to work on the return of the US to the Iranian deal.

He told the New York Times that if he adheres to his position that the US should return to participation in the nuclear deal with Iran, then it won't be easy.

According to him, the future administration intends to participate in talks and develop additional agreements that would strengthen and extend the restrictions on Iran's nuclear program, as well as relate to Tehran's missile program, TASS reported.

The politician noted that he considers a functioning agreement, which would control the nuclear development of Tehran, the best instrument for ensuring stability in the region. Otherwise, Biden believes, one should be wary of a situation in which Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt, and other countries in the region will strive to develop nuclear weapons.

Building up the nuclear potential in this part of the world is the last thing we want, the politician added.

Earlier, Biden said if he wins the US presidential election, he plans to return to the US to participate in the Iranian deal.

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