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The International Atomic Energy Agency’s blunt warning

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on September 6, 2010

In an unusually blunt warning, the U.N. atomic agency said Monday that its monitoring of Iran’s nuclear activities is being hampered because Tehran objects to giving some agency inspectors access to its program.

The complaint by the International Atomic Energy Agency was made in a restricted report on Iran made available to The Associated Press. It follows Iran’s recent decision to strip two experienced inspectors of the right to monitor Tehran’s nuclear activities after the two reported undeclared nuclear experiments.

The Islamic Republic says the reporting by the two was inaccurate, but the IAEA stands by the findings.

Objections by Iran to some experienced inspectors “hampers the inspection process and thereby detracts from the Agency’s capability to implement effective and efficient safeguards in Iran,” the document said.

The report noted that while the rate of enrichment had not significantly changed over the past year, it was steady, with Tehran now accumulating about 2.8 tons of low-enriched material — nearly enough for three nuclear bombs — since its program was revealed seven years ago.

With Iran refusing to engage on the issue for over two years, “the possible deterioration in the availability of some relevant information increase the urgency of this matter,” said the report.

The other side of issue is delivery of the weapon which some believes Iran’s regime doesn’t have the ability to do that yet. But they’re underestimating the brutal regime and their delivery capabilities.

Read to know more about Iran’s Delivery Capabilities:  http://bit.ly/99FoMJ

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