Tuesday, 10 March 2015 22:45
The Iranian regime is at least six months behind in providing technical information on the nature of its neutron calculations and experiments on explosives that could be used for an atomic device, a senior UN nuclear watchdog has said.
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) official said on Tuesday that the agency expects more information soon from Iran on its nuclear program as there are talks of progress in the talks.The investigation by IAEA on the military dimension of the Iranian regime’s nuclear program runs parallel to Tehran's talks with six world powers to curb its nuclear work in exchange for lifting economic sanctions.
Diplomats in Vienna have voiced concern there would be little progress in these talks until that political deal is reached.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian regime’s foreign minister, will meet on March 15 in Switzerland.