U.S. Agrees to Let Iran Keep Nuke Secrets

Western officials were quoted as telling the Associated Press on Friday that the United States has given up a major concession to Iran on the military front.

While senior U.S. officials, including Secretary of State John Kerry, have long insisted that Iran will immediately have to submit to wide-ranging inspections and disclosures regarding its past nuclear work, the new reports indicate that this demand has been cast aside as world powers work to strike a final deal with the Islamic Republic by the end of June.

According to the AP report:

After a November 2013 interim accord, the Obama administration said a comprehensive solution “would include resolution of questions concerning the possible military dimension of Iran’s nuclear program.”

Full article: U.S. Agrees to Let Iran Keep Nuke Secrets (Washington Free Beacon)

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