NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg adjusts his glasses during a joint press conference with Romania's President, Klaus Iohannis, in Bucharest, Romania Oct. 9, 2017. (AP Photo/Andreea Alexandru)
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NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg Friday refused to intervene in the row over the Iran nuclear deal, but said the alliance had concerns about Tehran's "continuous development of missile capabilities"."It is not for NATO to make assessments about compliance, that's for nations that are part of the agreement and the IAEA to make that kind of assessment," he told AFP in an interview.And he reiterated NATO concerns about issues not covered in the deal, in particular Iran's ballistic missile program.
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