Iran: Tehran calls alleged moves to reopen PMD file a 'trap'

An Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said that alleged moves to have the 'possible military dimensions' (PMD) file on Iran re-opened were not feasible since they have been «closed and solved» and are «not compatible with any regulations and laws.» Seyyed Abbas Mousavi made the comments at a press conference in Tehran on Sunday. Last week the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA... Еще) reportedly disclosed that it had found radioactive traces at a site in Iran, which Israeli officials have dubbed a 'secret atomic warehouse.' Tehran is said to view these reports as possible precursors to the re-opening of the PMD file. Mousavi said that Tehran hopes «the agency will show the necessary accuracy and attention towards such hazardous attempts [over the alleged PMD file re-opening] and also the Islamic Republic of Iran rejects these claims and regards it as a finished issue.» He also called the reactions from European states to Iran's continued reduction of its nuclear deal commitments, including that of French President Emmanuel Macron, «understandable, but we do not accept them.» «They saw that the Islamic Republic of Iran is serious and also they do not have any serious responses,» he added. Commenting on the case of missing former FBI agent Robert Levinson, Mousavi said there was no legal case pending on the subject in Iran, where he went missing. Mousavi said that Tehran considered it a humanitarian issue concerning a missing person. **RESTRICTIONS: NO Access Israel Media/Persian Language TV Stations Outside Iran/Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto-1 TV/Iran International**

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