Experts urge release of details of IAEA inspection at Iran site




 
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Experts urge release of details of IAEA inspection at Iran site
 
September 18th, 2015  
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Experts urge release of details of IAEA inspection at Iran site
By Louis Charbonneau and John Irish UNITED NATIONS/PARIS (Reuters) - Several nuclear security experts are urging the United Nations nuclear watchdog and world powers to release details of how a sensitive Iranian military site will be inspected as part of a landmark nuclear deal reached in July. The experts, with long experience in international weapons inspections, said the failure to disclose the details was damaging the credibility of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a view that is rejected by the agency itself, the United States government and another prominent non-proliferation expert. The confidential plan for the Parchin site has led to differing reports on how it will be carried out, with some critics of the U.S. administration saying Iran had been given too much leeway to conduct its own inspections, including taking samples.




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