Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has exposed the widening gulf between Tehran and world powers in nuclear negotiations by declaring that the regime needs to 'significantly increase' its number of centrifuges.
Under their self-imposed July 20 deadline for a deal, the Iranian regime and the P5+1 nations have less than two weeks to reach an agreement on the future scope of Iran’s uranium enrichment programme.
NCRI - As a new round of nuclear negotiations begins in Vienna, the clerical regime’s supreme leader Khamenei expressed his fear of escalating student uprisings and the student opposition to regime’s nuclear projects. He reiterated on “serious, accelerated and comprehensive continuation of scientific movement as the principal element that shapes the future destiny of Iran and the Islamic world.”
NCRI - As another round of nuclear talks approaches, the Iranian regime's leaders are both pushing ahead with their nuclear and missile projects, and continuing with negotiations to exploit West's policy of appeasement to prevent the continuation and ratcheting up of sanctions to buy time to advance their nuclear projects.
NCRI - On the eve of arrival of UN nuclear inspectors in Tehran, the Iranian regime's Atomic Energy Organization said on Saturday that it was denying the international inspectors access to Parchin nuclear facility.
The Iranian regime's Atomic Energy Organization spokesman, Behrouz Kamalvandi, stated that “legally, they have no right to visit Parchin since we are not implementing the Additional Protocol (to the NPT) and even if we did, access needs to be managed” (State-run Fars news agency, May 3).
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - Six world powers and Iran will begin talks in Vienna on February 18 on a long-term deal for Tehran to curb parts of its nuclear program in exchange for a gradual end to sanctions, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Friday.
(The Washington Post) - More Americans disapprove than approve of the short-term deal with Iran to rein in its nuclear program, according to a new poll.
The Pew Research Center poll for USA Today shows 32 percent approve of the deal, while 43 percent disapprove.
Republican Rep. Mike McCaul and Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said on Sunday they're skeptical about the Obama administration's nuclear enrichment deal with Iran, but disagreed when it comes to legislating sanctions against the country.