Iran has dismissed a prime U.S. diplomat’s demand for the inspection of Iranian army websites by the U.N. nuclear watchdog, shrugging off feedback by America’s ambassador to the U.N. as solely a “dream.”
Iran’s authorities spokesman Mohammad Bagher Nobakht informed reporters that the demand by Ambassador Nikki Haley wasn’t value any consideration. Iran won’t settle for any inspection of its websites and “particularly our army websites.”
He says the websites and all details about them are “categorised.” Iranian state TV broadcast his Nobakht’s remarks.
Earlier final week Haley stated america needs inspection of Iranian army and non-army websites to find out its compliance with the landmark 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers. The deal noticed Iran cap its nuclear actions, in return for lifting of crippling sanctions.