Obama Administration Denies Secret Side Agreement With Iran

Implementation of nuclear deal made with P5+1 countries to begin on Jan. 20


TEHRAN – The Obama administration has denied claims that the interim deal reached between Iran and the world powers included a secret side deal.

The deal is due to come into force on January 20. 

"Let me be very clear there's no secret agreement here. The documentation associated with the implementation agreements tracks completely with what we've described, which are technical plans submitted to the IAEA," U.S. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf told reporters in her daily briefing on Tuesday.