The threat of Iran becoming armed with a nuclear weapon increases with every day that passes and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is under pressure to bring in a new resolution to counteract this threat. The Iranian opposition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) reported that the European signatories to the deal – France, Britain, and Germany – made the decision last week not to present a resolution.
Nuclear material was detected at two sites by IAEA
The IAEA’s Director-General said during a press conference last week that Iran has agreed to open talks in an effort to clarify the safeguard issues the organization has been seeking answers to for the past two years.
In February, the IAEA published a report on the status of the Iran nuclear deal and it revealed that nuclear material was detected at two sites the regime had not disclosed.
It was clear that the regime has been far from truthful when it comes to its nuclear program and its goals and that it should not have been trusted during the agreement negotiations.
There are major calls for Western powers to approach the deal in a different way and for decisive attempts to be made to dismantle or at least constrain its efforts.
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