Nizi Project’s latest project, an annual report on Iran’s nuclear program, was released Thursday.
The report, based on a review of the information available from the US, the UK, France, Russia, China and other governments, concludes that the agreement signed between the US and Iran on June 6 is not a done deal.
“Despite this, the US is determined to keep Iran in the nuclear deal,” Nizio Project CEO Dr. Daniela Mottola said in a statement.
“It is a clear sign that President Trump is determined not to accept the reality of the Iranian nuclear deal, which the world regards as a major failure.”
The report is based on research conducted by Nizia Project, a research and advocacy organization that seeks to advance the nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament agenda of the European Union.
The nonprolated report contains data on Iran and its nuclear program since 2009, when it agreed to the nuclear agreement with six world powers and Iran.
The Nizie Project was established by Dr. Richard Holbrooke, the former chief of the US Air Force’s Office of Strategic Services, to study and document Iran’s development of nuclear weapons, weapons components, nuclear technology and its role in the global terrorist threat.
“While we are in the process of releasing this report, we are also working with partners in the United States and Europe to assess the impact of the agreement on our strategic partners,” Mottolas said.
Niziat’s report includes an overview of the progress of the Iran nuclear program and its potential impact on the world.
The document found that Iran has developed the capability to produce the fuel for the nuclear bombs it has agreed to build.
However, the report also noted that Iran did not achieve the necessary technological capability to make the bombs themselves.
“Iran has not fully implemented all aspects of the Agreement, which has made it impossible to verify its nuclear weapons program,” Mollola said.
The United States has said the agreement between Iran and six world leaders and Iran is a non-nuclear deal.
The six world power countries, including the United Kingdom, France and Russia, have said that they do not support the agreement.
The US government has said it will continue to work with Iran on a range of issues, including efforts to reach a comprehensive agreement on Tehran’s nuclear programme.