U.S. Denies Existence of “Secret Document” on Iran


The U.S. State Department denied that a “secret document” in the Iran nuclear deal will enable the Islamic Republic to develop nuclear weapons in just over 10 years. Responding to a report this week by the Associated Press describing such a document, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said in a statement, “There is no secret document or secret deal.”

According to Toner’s statement, the document “appears to be Iran’s long term enrichment R&D plan that was submitted by Iran to the [International Atomic Energy Agency] as part of its initial Additional Protocol declaration.” While the document is “not public,” it “was closely reviewed by the [powers that negotiated the deal] and Iran” and its content made “available to Congress on multiple occasions.”

{CB Frommer-Matzav.com}


  1. Well, if the administration that epitomizes honesty and transparency says it, it’s good enough for me.

    Never thought I’d long for the days of Nixonian integrity…


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