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Iran now giving IAEA acces to its military sites,documents

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posted on Oct, 12 2005 @ 09:27 PM
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Now that were doing this i think this should knock off suspesion, Hopefully we get over this thing fast and continue with our n.program.
Also Russia is still urging not to put so much pressure and false claim without any proof on Iran.





By Francois Murphy

VIENNA (Reuters) - A team from the U.N. nuclear watchdog is in Tehran for talks on gaining better cooperation from Iran before the United States, France, Britain and Germany push to refer it to the U.N. Security Council, diplomats say.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed ElBaradei has demanded better access to sites, documents and individuals in the IAEA's investigation of whether Iran's nuclear programme is peaceful as it says it is or a front for making nuclear weapons as Washington charges.


abcnews.go.com...





PARIS (Agencies) -- Russia's foreign minister urged the international community Tuesday to consider Iran's legal right to peaceful nuclear programs, RIA Novosti reported.

"We agreed today that there is unity on the ultimate goal - nuclear nonproliferation," Sergei Lavrov said in Paris following a session of the Russian-French security council, attended by the Russian and French foreign and defense ministers.

"We should take into consideration and respond to Iran's legal interests in peaceful nuclear energy within the sphere of economic development," Lavrov said, adding that Iran should be treated as a full member of the international community in regional and global developments.



www.tehrantimes.com.../13/2005&Cat=2&Num=2




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posted on Oct, 12 2005 @ 09:34 PM
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Do you have a url for the articles?

I am confused, baradi is saying:

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed ElBaradei has demanded better access to sites, documents and individuals in the IAEA's investigation of whether Iran's nuclear programme is peaceful as it says it is or a front for making nuclear weapons as Washington charges.


But the article goes on to say that they are giving better access?

Regardless, this would be good news, once baradi gives Iran a good rating, then the rational for concern drops out.



posted on Oct, 12 2005 @ 10:34 PM
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Iran invited ElBaradei at the last IAEA board meeting to visit Tehran to discuss how it could "enhance" its cooperation with the agency, but diplomats said he would not accept the invitation unless some deal were reached beforehand.


NR, sorry to burst the bubble or anything. I have read through the article and no where in the article does it show that Iran is permitting the IAEA any better access to it's documents and nuclear program. It only states that the IAEA demanded a better access into it's documents and nuclear program. None of the agreements have been reached yet though as shown in the above extract.

Sorry.


P.S : Though it'll be refreshing to see Iran granting better access for the IAEA. At least that could shut some of the skeptics up.



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