US House of Representatives speaker Paul Ryan said that the Congress has passed a bill seeking to extend sanctions on Iran for another ten years. He said yesterday that today’s bipartisan vote will help maintain our ability to immediately reinstate sanctions against Iran over the next decade. 
House Committee on Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul said in a

statement the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), which was enacted some 20 years ago, is a core element of the US effort to counter Iranian aggression. The congressman noted that the new bill extends sanctions for ten years on Iran’s illicit weapons programs and ballistic missile development that were not suspended as part of the Obama administration’s flawed nuclear deal.

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