A State Department spokesman reiterated on Friday evening that the Biden administration would not boycott Russia's cooperation with Iran over its nuclear projects.
A State Department spokesman responded to a plan by a group of U.S. senators to call for a waiver of sanctions waivers for peaceful nuclear cooperation with Iran.
We will not boycott Russia's participation in nuclear projects that are part of the JCPOA.
The US official further told Newsmax:
The JCPOA, Security Council Resolution 2231, and all previous UN resolutions recognize all of Russia's engagement with Iran over the Bushehr nuclear power plant. Such activity is not prohibited in any of these programs.
Republican lawmakers in the U.S. Senate reported Wednesday that they have introduced a bill that would bar China and Russia from cooperating on Iran's nuclear program as part of the terms of the JCPOA nuclear deal.