Iran still trying to conceal its past work on nuculear weapons

Washington Examiner:
A top Iranian official warned Thursday that Iran would stop its efforts to comply with the Iran nuclear agreement unless international inspectors stop their investigation into Iran's past work on its nuclear program.

Under the deal, inspectors were instructed to examine the "possible military dimensions" of Iran's nuclear program, or PMDs.

International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano is expected to release a new report on Iran's nuclear program on Dec. 1. Iran's deputy foreign minister, Seyyed Abbas Araqchi, warned that if the Dec. 1 report doesn't close the file on PMDs, Iran will walk away.

"In case Yukiya Amano or the Board of Governors presents their report in such a way that it does not meet the stipulated commitments, the Islamic Republic of Iran will also stop [the implementation of] the JCPOA," he said, according to PressTV, Iran's state-owned news service.
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I do not think they ever planned on complying with the agreement, they were just trying to get their hands of US funding of their terror operations.

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