Tehran denies Netanyahu’s accusations that it has a secret nuclear program

IRAN (OBSERVATORY) –┬áTehran denied Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel had “unequivocal evidence” of a secret military nuclear program in Iran, describing its accusations as “false allegations.”

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in a tweet that “it is no coincidence that the timing of these false allegations based on intelligence … is a few days before May 12,” referring to the deadline set by US President Donald Trump to announce his position Of the historic agreement signed by the major powers with Iran in 2015 on its nuclear program.

Netanyahu told a news conference in Tel Aviv that Israel had “accurate copies” of the tens of thousands of original Iranian documents it obtained “a few weeks ago in an amazingly successful intelligence operation.”

According to Netanyahu, these documents, whether paper or digital, are “a new conclusive evidence of the nuclear weapons program, which Iran has hidden for years from the eyes of the international community in its secret nuclear archives.”