“We are concerned that our capacity to verify would have been severely undermined,” Amano said, claiming Iran’s cleanup has eliminated the evidence of weapons work, which - from afar and with sketchy intelligence – the IAEA has very little evidence of to begin with.
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The UN nuclear chief again urged Iran to open up its military base to inspections, while acknowledging that there may not be any evidence there of suspected weapons development.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and its chief, Yukiya Amano, continue to push Iran to allow inspections at the military site at Parchin, following accusations that Iran was trying to clean up evidence of weaponization of its nuclear program.
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