Iran denied that he had Parchin military base in the nuclear activities
TEHRAN, February 29 (Reporter He Guanghai Du Yuan Jiang) Iranian Atomic Energy Organization Xifeileidui – Abbasi, 29, denied Western media reports on Iran’s nuclear activities in Parchin military bases.
Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency the same day quoted Abbasi as saying that Iran has so far never Parchin military bases to carry out any nuclear activities.
Abbasi Speaking on the International Atomic Energy Agency proposed to visit Parchin military bases, stressed that the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran can be opened to the Iraqi side has been announced, and at the International Atomic Energy Agency under the supervision of the facilities, but whether to allow The inspectors visit the Parchin military base by the Iranian military.same day, some Western media quoted a number of Western diplomats as saying, satellite images obtained by the International Atomic Energy Agency that Iran may be Parchin military bases to engage in certain activities “, which is the International Atomic Energy institutions eager to visit Parchin military base.
Iran’s Permanent Mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency on behalf of the Soltanieh parties concerned if you want to visit the Parchin military bases, must first be submitted to the Iraqi side “road map” to be Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) officials only after consultation decision.
headquartered in Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency evening of 24 published the latest report of the Iranian nuclear issue, Iran’s uranium enrichment activities have increased since last November. Report to continue Iran’s nuclear program, there may be a “military level” expressed concern, and again called on Iran to allow inspectors to visit the Parchin military base located 30 km southeast of Tehran.
before the introduction of the report, the International Atomic Energy Agency the high-level delegation in January and February, respectively, went to Tehran for nuclear talks with Iranian officials. International Atomic Energy Agency said in a statement released recently, the two meetings did not achieve concrete results due to differences on the issue of whether to allow a delegation to visit Parchin military. The agency Director-General Yukiya Amano expressed disappointment.
Western nations suspect Parchin military base of Iran developing nuclear weapons, but Iran denies. In 2005, Iran to allow IAEA inspections of this facility.