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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 25.04.10 | 01:05 (IDT)

    "The Iranian envoy said that the inspections will take place within the framework of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), indicating that the IAEA would be obliged to coordinate the inspections in advance with Tehran." - Haaretz Anyone who bothers to read the IAEA reports know that Iran has been complying totally with NPT inspections already. Iran wants the world to think this is a 'concession' while it is just a statement of fact. Award Iran .25 our of a possible 5 shovels on the BS scale. "Soltanieh said that any changes in Iran's nuclear projects would be in coordination with the IAEA, . . ." - News Agencies So? BFD! Iran is already complying with the requirements to notify the IAEA under the NPT. What the IAEA wants is for Iran to COMPLY WITH THE ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLS, which require ab initio notification and coordination. Another example of Iranian BS. Iran is acting and sounding a bit desperate. There are several reasons why.

    from the article: Iran: We'll allow UN officials to inspect new uranium enrichment plant
    First published 17:38 24.04.10 | Last updated 22:37 24.04.10
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