The quarterly report on Iran to the board of governors of the...
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Iran continues to play for time at the IAEA, while Israel continues to
play Nations into WW3....
By taking quotes out of context, you are misrepresenting Ambassador
Soltanieh's statement. The full statement clearly but implicitly conveys
Iran's legitimate case that since the Parchin military complex and other
similar places are not covered by Iran' Safeguards agreement, Iran is
not obliged under the NPT to allow IAEA inspectors in. You say what does
Iran have to hide? Well Iran has its conventional military secrets to
hide, as every other country does. It is deceitful to conceal Iran's
legitimate confidentiality concerns by saying "if you don't have
anything to hide, why not allow access". Perhaps the USA can allow
international inspectors to inspect its fighter jet production
facilities to alleviate concerns?
like israel and the peace process? No, Iran have offered solutions, US