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Iran Violating Nuke Deal
By Micah Halpern
If you have been paying attention to reports from and about Iran then you know that they Iranians are advancing toward nuclear capabilities at a very rapid pace.
And one of the projects Teheran has undertaken is the dismantling of the international watchdog’s equipment specifically set up to monitor their nuclear development.
The International Atomic Energy Agency has admitted to having very limited visibility on what is happening. IAEA chief Rafael Grossi told the Spanish media outlet El Pais that Iran’s nuclear program is moving at a very rapid rate.
In June, Iran began removing essentially all of the agency's monitoring equipment, originally installed under the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. At the time, Grossi said that the dismantling of their equipment by Iran could deal a "fatal blow" to chances of reviving the Nuke Deal following the pullout by the United States in 2018.
Grossi told El Pais: "The bottom line is that for almost five weeks I have had very limited visibility, with a nuclear program that is galloping ahead and, therefore, if there is an agreement, it is going to be very difficult for me to reconstruct the puzzle of this whole period of forced blindness."
This is neither good news nor is it surprising news. This is how Iran does things.
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25 July 2022 11:58 AM in Thoughts
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