There is hope that through Iran’s cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency the fabricated file of Past Military Dimension (PMD) will be closed, Shamkhani said.
Iranian officials and institutions responsible for the implementation of the nuclear deal will exercise utmost prudence, the secretary of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) told reporters on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference Core Group Meeting in Tehran Saturday.
“We hope that through Iran’s cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) the fabricated file of Past Military Dimension (PMD) will be closed,” Ali Shamkhani added.
He said, “It will be the gateway to Iran taking the next steps and will demonstrate the level of sincerity in the settlement of the problems which were created unjustly by others.”
In response to a question on the US threat to take Iran’s recent ballistic missile test to the UN Security Council, the SNSC secretary said the Islamic Republic will never compromise its defensive and deterrent power.
He also downplayed media reports that Iran has sent troops to Syria and said such allegations crop up when terrorists suffer defeat on battlefronts.