U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry fears that U.S. allies will refuse to cooperate on resolving the situation in Ukraine will fail if a nuclear deal with Iran.
"It's a recipe for them (allies) on the question of how to escape from (cooperation) Ukraine," Kerry said Monday, delivering a speech in new York. According to his statement, in the issue of Ukraine " their position is already mixed and ready to say that have done their part ".
Iran and the six international negotiators on the night of July 14, reached a historic agreement on the settlement of long-term problems of the Iranian atom. Months-long dialogues culminated in the joint comprehensive plan of action, the implementation of which will completely withdraw from Iran introduced before the economic and financial punishment from the UN security Council, US and EU. The contract will be considered in the U.S. Congress.