ICBPS- The United States on Monday will impose sanctions more than two dozen people and entities involved in Iran’s Nuclear, Missile, and conventional arms programs.
“Speaking on condition of anonymity, a U.S. official told Reuters that Iran could have enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon by the end of the year and that Tehran has resumed long-range missile co-operation with nuclear-armed North Korea. He did not provide detailed evidence regarding either assertion.”
ICBPS- Iran cannot be expected to comply with all of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) obligations without benefiting from it, said Deputy Foreign Minister for International and Legal Affairs, Mohsen Baharvand.
During a meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors in Vienna, Baharvand said “We are adhering to our obligations expressed in the deal, but at the same time, it is almost impossible to enjoy the rights stipulated therein.”
ICBPS Morning Brief- U.K. Secretary of State Dominic Raab said Wednesday that Iran must be prevented from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
During a meeting with the U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Raab announced that Iran must never be allowed to obtain a nuclear weapon.
ICBPS Morning Brief- U.N. watchdog will be granted access imminently to suspected Iran nuclear sites, says the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Raffaello Grossi.
U.N. inspectors will gain access to suspected Iran nuclear sites in the coming days following an alleged agreement with Tehran.
ICBPS MORNING BRIEF- The Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) claims it’s identified alleged saboteurs behind the blast at its Natanz uranium-enrichment site.
Tehran identified those behind the blast and fire at the Natanz nuclear facilities, claimed the spokesperson for IRI’s Atomic Organisation Behrouz Kamalvandi.
ICBPS MORNING BRIEF- In a high-level diplomatic meeting between Russia and the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI), Tehran’s ambassador to Moscow Kazem Jalali spoke with the Russian Rosatom Company for International Affairs Nikolai Spassky, discussing IRI-Russia nuclear cooperation.
The meeting comes in the face of the U.S. “Maximum Pressure” campaign.
Iran to Allow UN Watchdog Access To Its Nuclear Sites
When you look at the facts, it’s bizarre that Iran wants nuclear energy. The Islamic Republic, and hence its people, would be far better off pursuing non-nuclear alternatives, at least in terms of the economy. The current regime’s slogan, “Nuclear Energy Is Our Unarguable Right,” is not a new sentiment. “This idea goes back to […]
VIENNA (Reuters) – Iran has fired up advanced uranium-enriching centrifuges that it had installed underground at its Natanz site, in the latest breach of its nuclear deal with major powers, a report by the U.N. atomic watchdog obtained by Reuters on Wednesday showed.
ICBPS- A senior IRGC official has hailed an agreement to increase defense cooperation with Iraq, claiming that the two countries must guard against Washington.