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S.Res. 312 (113th): A resolution urging the Government of Iran to fulfill their promises of assistance in this case of Robert Levinson, one of the longest held United States civilians in our Nation’s history.


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1/9/2014--Passed Senate without amendment. Recognizes that Robert Levinson is one of the longest held U.S. civilians in our nation's history.

Notes recent pledges by newly appointed Iranian officials to provide their government's assistance in the Robert Levinson case.

Urges Iran, as a humanitarian gesture, to intensify its cooperation in the Levinson case and to share the results of its investigation with the United States.

Urges the President and U.S. allies to continue to raise the Robert Levinson case with Iranian officials at every opportunity.

Expresses sympathy to Robert Levinson's family for their anguish and expresses hope that their ordeal can be brought to an end in the near future.