Tehran, Iran, Nov. 21 (UPI) -- Iran has promised to suspend its nuclear enrichment program by Monday's deadline, the BBC reported.
The head of Iran's nuclear energy organization said work would stop at two nuclear facilities in the central cities of Isfahan and Natanz.
The country's government has agreed to suspend operations in a deal with the EU aimed at quelling fears about its nuclear goals, the BC said.
Tehran has denied reports that it was speeding up uranium enrichment before the suspension could take effect. The government has also denied U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell's claims that it was trying to adapt ballistic missiles to carry nuclear warheads.
Yeah, but at which facility? TRUST, BUT VERIFY! If these claims about another nuke site are all LIES, then why not let folks in to verify that the claims are lies? If indeed the government of Iran has nothing to hide.
We shall see...