Iran: We’ll cooperate with IAEA inspectors on any new activities

Israel National News reports: “The head of Iran’s nuclear program insisted on Wednesday that his government would co-operate with international inspectors on any ‘new activities’, The Associated Press reported.

His statement followed an AP report about Tehran’s new underground system near a nuclear enrichment facility.

The report outlined how deep inside a mountain, the new tunnels near the Natanz facility are likely beyond the range of a last-ditch US weapon designed to destroy such sites.

Speaking to journalists Wednesday after a Cabinet meeting, Mohammad Eslami of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran sought to describe the interest in the site as a case of Israel feeling pressured.

‘The Islamic Republic of Iran is working under the IAEA safeguards, and whenever wants to start new activities, it will coordinate with the IAEA, and acts accordingly,’ Eslami said, using an acronym for the International Atomic Energy Agency, according to AP…”

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