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IAEA inspectors to visit Iran's nuclear facility in Parchin2012-03-06 13:16
A group of the IAEA inspectors will be allowed at the Iranian's nuclear facility in Parchin. It was announced today in the morning by the Iranian IA ISNA.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Interfax, a group of the IAEA inspectors will be allowed at the Iranian's nuclear facility in Parchin. It was announced today in the morning by the Iranian IA ISNA.
According to the Rosbalt, the Iranian Mission under the IAEA in Vienna has issued a communiqué saying that "due to the fact that the object in Parchin is a military facility, an access at it requires long-term agreement, so we cannot visit it frequently. We allow the IAEA inspectors to visit it one more time".
As recalled by the edition, on the eve, the IAEA held a meeting in Vienna and discussed the recent visits of the Agency at Iran's nuclear facilities. The representatives of Western countries in the Agency intend to enlist the support for a resolution condemning Tehran for its unwillingness to cooperate in the field of nuclear technology.
Recall, since November this year, Iran has tripled its monthly production of uranium enriched to 20%, due to which the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has expressed its "grave concern" about possible military purpose of the Iranian nuclear developments.