The IAEA presented the whitewash some of us knew to expect in their official report - praising the Japanese response. Then they went home and ‘leaked’ that they didn’t get the information re radiation released they wanted.
I guess we should be glad you were in the meeting and able to get this secret information which wasn’t included in the article you posted.
Or maybe you just didn’t notice: “World Meteorological Organization” is not the IAEA.
The WMO is the group that said they didn’t get the information they needed on radiation releases, and therefore could not do their modelling. Of course, that also was a report about something that happened in the past, not a current complaint.
But it wasn’t the IAEA saying they didn’t get information for their review, it was during their review that they found out that the WMO didn’t get the information they needed.
It seems you are confusing the collection of data for the review with the data that they collected IN the review.