IAEA says cannot guarantee regime nuclear work is peaceful

The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency said Monday he cannot guarantee that the Iranian regime is not trying to develop atomic arms, the Associated Press has reported.

Reuters has also said that an IAEA board of governors meeting will concentrate on a new confidential report that highlights the military dimensions of the regime’s program.

On February 26, IAEA said it had obtained new information about the regime’s nuclear program, which has heightened worries about its military dimension.

The IAEA added that the regime is not cooperating about sensitive issues and raised suspicions about the development of a nuclear-armed missile program by the regime.

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