(Worthy News) - Iran aggressively pursued biological and chemical weapons technology even as it negotiated an international deal to drop its nuclear program, according to a German intelligence report that followed a similar finding the Islamic Republic sought nuclear materials.
The revelation, in a report by the state of Rhineland-Palatinate's intelligence agency, found the Islamic Republic's operatives targeted German companies whose equipment could be “implemented for atomic, biological and chemical weapons in a war.”
“These goods could, for example, be applied to the development of state nuclear and missile delivery programs,” said the intelligence experts. [ Source ]
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