Iran May Have Broke The Deal

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A new report on Iran Deal that will be discussed by the United Nations Security Council quotes Hassan Nasrallah, the Secretary-General of Hezbollah statement that the budget of Hezbollah, its salaries, expenses, weapons and missiles all came from the Islamic Republic of Iran Although the arms embargo is not technically part of the nuclear agreement it reveals the attitude of religious junta towards the international law, experts said.

The report was submitted to the Security Council on Dec. 30 by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon before he was succeeded by Antonio Guterres on Jan. 1, Reuters reported.

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“I am very concerned by the [Hezbollah Secretary] statement, which suggests that transfers of arms and related materiel from the Islamic Republic of Iran to Hezbollah may have been undertaken contrary (to a Security Council resolution),” Ban wrote in the report.

The second bi-annual report, due to be discussed by the 15-member council on Jan. 18.

In Ban’s first report in July he said ballistic missile launches carried out by Iran in March were “not consistent with the constructive spirit” of a nuclear deal, but it is up to the council to decide if they violated the resolution.

In November 2016 Russian TASS agency quoted a senior Russian official who stated that Iran may be interested in purchasing up to $10 billion in military hardware from Russia.

“The package of contracts that have been discussed by now and Iran’s demand are estimated at about $10 billion. It is not an amount to be provided over one year. It will take far more time,”
the chairman of the Russian Federation Council’s defense and security committee, Viktor Ozerov, said.

Under the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), an international agreement on the nuclear program of Iran signed in July 2015 and went into effect in January 2016, the UN arms embargo is slated to be lifted by October 2020. Prior to that date, all sales of offensive weapons systems to Iran will have to be approved by the UN Security Council.

(Reuters, pht)

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