“Raising new questions about Tehran’s commitment to the terms”

Iran can deny nuclear inspectors access to its military sites under the terms of the agreement worked out this month in Vienna, the country’s foreign minister said this week, raising new questions about Tehran’s commitment to the terms of the agreement. Appearing before the conservative-dominated parliament to sell the nuclear deal, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran’s negotiating team had held fast in the bargaining to the leadership’s pledge not to allow such inspections. Iran had made access to military sites a “red line,” he said, and had “fully achieved” those terms in the bargaining. He also told lawmakers that Iran had not committed to allowing inspection of military sites in the agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action”.

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