FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JULY 28, 2017
UANI Applauds Passage of Iran-Russia-North Korea Sanctions Bill
New York, NY-
United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) today applauded Congress' passage of the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act. The Iranian regime's actions continue to threaten regional stability and the security of the United States and its allies, and this new legislation is urgently needed.
"Yesterday's bipartisan vote by Congress is yet another warning to Iran that its increasingly destabilizing and reckless aggression remains unacceptable to the United States," said UANI Chairman and former U.S. Senator Joseph I. Lieberman. "Unless and until Tehran is ready to become a responsible member of the international community, it will continue to be treated as a pariah state, and companies will face severe risks in doing business with the Ayatollah," added UANI CEO and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Mark D. Wallace.
This month, UANI unveiled a new resource outlining the flaws in the nuclear accord and proposing new ways to strengthen the agreement.
Led by a group of former leading diplomats and lawmakers, UANI is in the midst of raising world attention about the corporate risks of doing business with Iran, warning hundreds of international companies that are eyeing Tehran as a new investment opportunity.
Media interested in speaking with Senator Lieberman or Ambassador Wallace, please contact: [email protected].
UANI is an independent, not-for-profit, non-partisan, advocacy group founded in 2008 by Ambassador Mark D. Wallace, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, former CIA Director Jim Woolsey and Middle East Expert Dennis Ross, that seeks to heighten awareness of the danger the Iranian regime poses to the world.
UANI is an independent, not-for-profit, non-partisan, advocacy group founded in 2008 by Ambassador Mark D. Wallace, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, former CIA Director Jim Woolsey and Middle East Expert Ambassador Dennis Ross, that seeks to heighten awareness of the danger the Iranian regime poses to the world.