USA and Iran did not agree: Tehran approached creation of nuclear weapons

The delegations of the United States and Iran could not agree on the Iranian nuclear program as part of a joint comprehensive action plan (SVPD), the USA specialized Supervisor of Iran Robert Mully said in an interview with NPR.

“There was a hope that Iran’s delegation would demonstrate a desire to return to the agreement, but they could not give an answer. This opportunity was lost,” he said.


According to Melly, Iran probably had not yet decided whether he was interested in the resumption of the agreement. But the decision must be made, because “one day the agreement may be in the past,” Melly added. In addition, he said that Iran seriously approached the receipt of material to create nuclear weapons. This is concerned with the United States and its allies.