Russia and Iran secret nuclear deal would allow uranium transfers to Tehran’s illicit weapons program: sources
(Worthy News) – Amid the International Atomic Energy Agency’s disclosure this week that the Islamic Republic of Iran accumulated near weapons-grade enriched uranium for its alleged nuclear weapon program, Fox News Digital has learned that Iran has allegedly secured secret deals with Russia to guarantee deliveries of uranium.
In what could be a major setback to a new Iran nuclear deal, foreign intelligence sources speaking on the condition of anonymity, and who are familiar with the negotiations between Moscow and Tehran over Iran’s reported illegal nuclear weapons work, told Fox News Digital that Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to return enriched uranium that it received from Iran if a prospective atomic deal collapses. The State Department would neither confirm nor deny the reports.
The State Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital, “We will not comment on purported secret intelligence reports, but in any event the JCPOA has not been on the agenda for months.” A spokesperson for the National Security Council deferred comment to the State Department. [ Source: Fox News (Read More…) ]