(AP Photo/Ronald Zak) As part of the nuclear deal that President Barack Obama negotiated with Iran in 2015, the Iranians were required to turn over images of the regime’s nuclear sites to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
In February, Iran announced that it would no longer turn over images from those sites to the IAEA. After some pressure from Europeans, Iran agreed to a 3-month extension of the agreement which was then extended by another month in May.
But when the IAEA sent a letter to Iran in June requesting another extension, Iran didn’t even bother responding.“The agreement has expired… […]
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