More than 220 Euro MPs have called on Iran to allow unrestricted access to nuclear inspectors, and to end its widespread executions, repression and abuses of human rights.

The Brussels lawmakers from all political parties and 28 European countries made the demand in a statement sent to EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini.

John Kerry, the US Secretary of State, and Javad Zarif, the Iranian regime’s Foreign Minister are due to meet in Geneva this weekend. The talks will be part of the ongoing effort to achieve a comprehensive agreement regarding the nuclear program in Tehran.

It is essential to the deal that inspection and verification visits preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons are allowed. The Obama administration still upholds the opinion that the nuclear deal will block the path of the regime to the bomb according to the NCRI.

The hostility amongst members of the Congress is growing against the emerging nuclear deal with Iran, leaving the President with scarce political cover as he the deadline to this deal approaches. Officials in the administration say that they are hoping to complete the agreement by the end of the month. Should a deal be reached it would lead to a metamorphosis of US and Iranian relations and give the President his most important foreign policy achievement of his second term. As details of the still changing talks have leaked out of Geneva where the Secretary of State John Kerry is spear heading the process, lawmakers are increasing their concerns that the administration is granting too many concessions to Tehran.

The main Iranian opposition group, the National Council of the Resistance of Iran revealed on Thursday a delegation of North Korean experts in nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles visited a military site near Tehran in April amid talks between world powers and Iran over its nuclear program.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) exposed Iran's uranium enrichment plant at Natanz and a heavy water facility at Arak in 2002 and has many other revelations.

As the deadline to the nuclear talks approaching, Iran is desperate to move forward with its nuclear plans and an end to the sanction. But it might not be bale to get both, thus, it seems, regional expansion is the other option.

By Alireza Jafarzadeh : In defending the Framework of Understanding reached between the P5+1 and Tehran during the marathon talks in Switzerland, President Obama declared at the Rose Garden that Iran has “agreed to the most robust and intrusive inspections and transparency regime ever negotiated for any nuclear program in history.” The White House version of the framework insists, “Iran will be required to grant access to the IAEA to investigate suspicious sites or allegations of a covert enrichment facility, conversion facility, centrifuge production facility, or yellowcake production facility anywhere in the country.”

The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee could vote as soon as next week on a bill requiring U.S. President to submit any possible nuclear agreement with the Iranian regime to the U.S. Congress for approval. This was stated by Senator Bob Corker on Monday.


On March 23, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA),Yukiya Amano, once again emphasized that his

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organization’s probe of the possible military dimensions of the Iranian nuclear program had made only very limited progress, owing to a general lack of Iranian cooperation. Earlier in the month, Amano called upon Iran to accept snap inspections of suspicious sites in order to help resolve outstanding questions about Iran’s intentions and its proximity to nuclear weapon capability.

Commitments offered by Iran in nuclear talks with 5+1 powers, do not go far enough and more work needs to be done, was the opinion of the French Foreign Minister last Friday.

He said that, “We are in favour of a solid agreement … for now there remain difficulties.” The Foreign Minister was in Riga where he was taking part in a European Union foreign ministers’ meeting. Talking to reporters he said, “There has been progress but as far as the volume, checks and duration of the envisaged commitments are concerned, the situation is still insufficient, so there is more work to be done.”

After eight days of talks in the Swiss city of Lausanne, finally a nuclear framework agreement was reached. However, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday, that it is too early to celebrate an agreement on Iran's nuclear programme, one that has not made sure that Iran would stick to what they promised to do.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian Resistance described the nuclear deal framework agreement reached between the 5+1 countries and the Iranian regime as a retreat by the mullahs and ‘a step toward drinking the chalice of nuclear poison’ but warned that ‘a statement of generalities, lacking Khamenei approval, will never block the path to the regime obtaining nuclear weapons.’

“The Iranian regime is more dangerous than ISIS and should never be allowed to acquire a nuclear bomb or nuclear power” said former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani, in a conference in Paris. Giuliani has joined the group of leaders that have recently voiced their opinions about Iran’s nuclear assets; ones they think are a threat to global security.


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