US energy chief: Iran's nuclear abilities detectable under framework deal

By REUTERS
April 23, 2015 18:37

 
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WASHINGTON - The United States and other world powers would be able to detect any military capabilities of Iran's nuclear program for 10 years under a framework deal agreed upon earlier this month, the US energy secretary said on Thursday.

Ernest Moniz, a nuclear physicist who participated in the talks on Iran's nuclear program, said on CNBC that the framework deal would give the United States and five other global powers a "very comfortable" ability to detect military abilities through the use of nuclear inspectors.

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