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WASHINGTON Maximiliano Gomez Uruguay Camiseta , July 15 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. President Barack Obama said Wednesday that the Iran nuclear agreement was the best way to avoid a nuclear arms race and more wars in the Middle East, urging Congress to approve the deal.
While stressing that other countries in the region would feel compelled to pursue their own nuclear weapons programs, Obama defended the deal "is our best means of assuring that Iran does not get a nuclear weapon."
Obama announced Tuesday that a comprehensive long-term Iran nuclear deal has been reached between Iran and six world major countries Matias Vecino Uruguay Camiseta , claiming it will prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and makes U.S. and the world "safer and more secure."
The agreement is seen as a political triumph for Obama.
Republican lawmakers and U.S. ally Israel, however Nicolas Lodeiro Uruguay Camiseta , blasted the deal vehemently. Critics said Obama abandoned many of his goals set for the negotiations and made too much concessions to Tehran in striking such a deal.
"I'm hearing a lot of talking points being repeated," Obama said. "What I haven't heard is what is your preferred alternative? " He scolded the critics of deal Gaston Silva Uruguay Camiseta , including Republicans in Congress and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, for ignoring the facts of the deal.
"My hope is that everyone in Congress also evaluates this agreement based on the facts Martin Campana Uruguay Camiseta ," Obama said. "Not on politics. Not on posturing. Not on the fact that this is a deal that I bring to Congress, as opposed to a Republican president. Not based on lobbying."
Obama on Tuesday urged Congress to approve the deal and threatened to veto any vote against it.
"I believe it would be irresponsible to walk away from the deal Cristhian Stuani Uruguay Camiseta , but on such a tough issue, it is important that the American people and the representatives in Congress get a full opportunity to review the deal Giorgian De Arrascaeta Uruguay Camiseta ," Obama said. "I am confident that this deal will meet the national security interests of the United States and our allies, so I will veto any legislation that prevents the successful implementation of this deal."
U.S. Congress has 60 days to review and vote on the Iran nuclear agreement.
ISTANBUL， Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- The Turkish government's recent move to grant citizenship to foreigners who invest and buy properties in Turkey would not go far in terms of reviving the ailing economy， analysts said.
"A step taken， so to speak， in panic to encourage the inflow of foreign currency is not a step to be taken seriously，" Aziz Konukman， a professor of economics with Gazi University in Ankara， told Xinhua.
According to a government decree that went into effect last week， Turkey will confer citizenship to foreigners who buy properties worth at least 1 million U.S. dollars on condition that they do not sell them in three years.
Foreigners investing a minimum of 2 million dollars or depositing at least 3 million dollars in a Turkish bank for more than three years will also be entitled to become Turkish citizens.
"The government feels so much in trouble (financially) that it sees such a step as a sort of lifeline for the economy， but you can't produce a lasting solution in this manner，" argued Konukman.
Turkey needs to pay as much as almost 165 billion dollars in foreign loans this year. Additionally， it must also get from international lenders around 32 billion dollars to make up for the current account deficit estimated for 2017.
"Paying loans as high as 200 billion dollars， that's the question，" stressed Konukman， adding that a huge economic crisis may ensue should Turkey fail to find enough money from international lenders to pay off its debt.
The Turkish Central Bank has a net reserve of 34.7 billion dollars， including reserves in gold， Faik Oztrak， a deputy from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP)， said in parliament last weekend.
He then added， "This means Turkey can only make do (with the money in reserve) for two months if no money is found from outside."
Alarm bells have been ringing louder for the economy since the end of September when the Turkish lira began to plummet in value against the dollar. The lira has depreciated by around 25 percent since then.
Top Turkish officials have mainly blamed the manipulators for the sharp fall in the lira， which they argued is not a necessary result of Turkey's economic figures.
While claiming the Turkish economy has been under attack since 2013， President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on banks to lower interest rates to boost investments.
Many， however， feel Turkey's Central Bank should increase interest rates instead to stem the hike in the dollar and stabilize the economy before it is too late.
Unless action is taken now， even an increase of 4-5 percentage points in interest rates in the future may not suffice to save the situation， Ufuk Soylemez， who served as a minister in charge of economy， warned on Ulusal TV on Sunday.
Seyfettin Gursel， director of the Bahcesehir University Center for Economic and Social Research (BETAM)， does not expect the government's citizenship plan to boost the economy in a significant way.
The additional foreign currency the government's move is expected to draw would not help in a major way to eliminate the country's current account deficit， but would only help the construction industry rid of its stock in luxury housing， he told Xinhua.
The government， however， is optimistic that the citizenship bill may attract a substantial sum in foreign capital， thanks largely to the presence of Syrian refugees in Turkey.