Iran rejects IAEA’s suggestion about fate of Iran-US nuclear deal
Iran has rejected the suggestion of International Atomic Energy Agency chief that reviving Tehran’s nuclear deal after a new U.S. administration comes to power would require striking a new agreement.
Iran’s ambassador to UN watch dog Kazem Gharibabadi said presenting any on how the commitments are implemented is absolutely beyond the mandate of the agency.
Meanwhile, according to the satellite photos obtained by the Associated Press show that Iran has begun construction on a site at its underground nuclear facility at Fordo.
The facility has been built deep inside a mountain to protect it from .