The United States and the rest of the P5+1 powers secretly agreed to allow Iran to evade some of the restrictions placed upon it by last year’s landmark nuclear deal, says a new report.
The accord “succeeded in rolling back Iran’s nuclear program,” explained Obama.
As of Wednesday, the White House had not yet released a statement in response.
A senior Iranian official revealed that the country successfully tested a precision-guided, medium-range ballistic missile, that can easily reach Israel.
Iran has taken to the pages of the Washington Post to defend its position to Americans.
Only last month, Secretary of State John Kerry said he expected some of the billions of dollars in sanctions relief will benefit terrorist groups.
Just days after the implementation of a deal intended to restrain Iran’s nuclear powers, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) announced Tuesday in Tehran that it plans to build two new nuclear power plants.
On Saturday, the long-awaited Implementation Day of the Iranian nuclear deal arrived, signaling the lifting of crippling sanctions on Iran and the flow of billions of dollars into the country.
The US is silently fuming over an Iranian test on November 21 of a medium-range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
Iran may need to wait a while to collect its $150 billion “signing bonus” in this year’s nuclear deal with the P5+1 nations.