(Worthy News)-- Iran must cooperate with a stalled UN probe of suspicions that it worked on atomic arms if the country wants a nuclear deal that will see removal of sanctions, the European Union said Monday, the Times of Israel reported.
The cautionary EU statement comes ahead of a June 30 target date for such an agreement.
Iran denies any work on — or interest in — nuclear arms and has fended off IAEA demands for cooperation with its investigation.
The EU statement says getting to the bottom of the allegations "will be essential" to a nuclear deal. --[wp_colorbox_media url="http://www.timesofisrael.com/eu-says-no-iran-deal-without-reckoning-of-nuclear-activity/" type="iframe" hyperlink="Source"]
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