The UN atomic agency said Wednesday that “intensive efforts” by its team visiting Iran on the way forward failed, and that they were denied access to a key military site.
”Intensive efforts were made to reach agreement on a document facilitating the clarification of unresolved issues in connection with Iran’s nuclear programme,” the International Atomic Energy Agency said.
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”Unfortunately, agreement was not reached on this document.”
The team requested access both during this visit and during a first trip in late January to the Parchin military site where it suspects suspicious nuclear activities are carried out, but Iran ”did not grant permission,” it said.
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”It is disappointing that Iran did not accept our request to visit Parchin during the first or second meetings,” IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said in the statement.
”We engaged in a constructive spirit, but no agreement was reached.”