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britain has informed the united nations sanctions panel of an active iranian nuclear procurement network link it to blacklisted farms u. s. the atomic energy commission say iran so far complied with the terms of a tentative nuclear agreement hammered out earlier this month in switzerland for the existence of such a network could complicate efforts for the six world powers working to strike on a final agreement with iran , right is you and your chief luchar verna says that for diplomats the timing is less than ideal , the revelation in a way will be somewhat embarrassing , and the united states many skeptics who think that the united states should not be negotiating with iran critically israel and hardline republicans in congress will seize on this as further proof that iran is not a reliable partner they can't be trusted iran which has been under sanctions for years has a long history of illicit nuclear procurement using front companies and other methods of skirting sanctions iran denies allegations from western powers and their allies that it's amassing the capability to produce nuclear weapons under the cover of a civilian atomic energy program this will certainly add to the pressure %HESITATION on the obama administration to to , share as much detail with congress about , negotiations , congress will insist that this is yet another re , why it should have the right , vet and ultimately approve any deal that the obama administration might enter into with iran , these allegations are so fresh the panel hasn't had time to independently verify them , u. s. and five other global powers will try to secure a final nuclear deal with iran by june thirtieth