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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the sanctions on Iran are causing a tremendous amount of difficulty in that country. Hagel ...
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SHOTLIST:SOURCE - AP VIDEO - AP CLIENTS ONLYTel Aviv, Israel - 22 April, 20131. SOUNDBITE: Chuck Hagel/US Defense SecretaryThe sanctions on Iran are, I believe, as potent and deep and wide set of international sanctions that we've ever seen, on any country. And those will continue to increase. But I believe there is a rather significant metrics and measurements that give you this information. That those sanctions are causing a tremendous amount of difficulty for Iran. It is the policy of the United States and many of our allies to work many tracks in dealing with Iran. Certainly international sanctions are one and they are having an effect. Whether it leads to an outcome that we desire remains to be seen.STORYLINE:U.S. Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel is assuring Israel that the Obama administration is committed to preserving and improving the Jewish state's military edge in the Middle East. Hagel made the pledge at a news conference Monday at Israel's ministry of defence in Tel Aviv. Hagel says the U.S. will permit Israel to buy various new weapons, including U.S. missiles and advanced radars for its strike aircraft. Hagel also reiterates that the United States will leave it to Israel to decide whether and when it needs to attack Iran to stop it from building a nuclear bomb.(****END****)