Iran Agrees Not to Make Fun of Kerry’s Face in Exchange for Easing of Sanctions

Geneva, Switzerland — The United States and Iran reached an historic agreement Sunday, the major pillars of which are an agreement by Iran not to mock the odd-looking face of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in exchange for an easing of sanctions imposed on Iran by the United States and the European Union.

“This is an historic agreement,” Secretary Kerry said in a statement to reporters. “It proves that diplomacy can work, that it does work, and obviously it’s a very personal victory for me, as it is my face that will no longer be made fun of as a result of the agreement.”