“It’s an absurd notion that Congress would have to rely on any foreign government to gain insight into the nuclear negotiations with Iran,” Psaki stated. “We have conducted more than 230 meetings, hearings and calls with Senate and House members and their staffs on Iran.”
Psaki noted that the State Department offered to brief the Congress this week.
Israel dismissed the report and called the allegations utterly false.
Earlier in March 2015, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the US Congress, and warned lawmakers that any concessions to Iran would undermine peace in the Middle East.
Last week, Iran and the six major world powers — Britain, France, China, Russia, the United States and Germany — held another round of negotiations on Tehran's controversial nuclear program. The talks are expected to continue on March 25.