“O Iran is a persistent threat. It is estimated that it does not have a nuclear weapons program at this time, but has the capacity to produce enough material for a nuclear device in less than two weeks.”concluded the report ‘Strategy for combating weapons of mass destruction 2023’.
The Pentagon also said that Iran is not complying with its obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention, such as submitting a complete declaration of chemical weapons production facilities.
The report also classifies North Korea, as well as extremist organizations, as “persistent threats”.
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