Skip to comments.IAEA Report Says Iran Probe is Stalled
Posted on 05/30/2015 9:33:40 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Amid accelerated international efforts to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, the UN atomic agency on Friday reported that work on an assessment of allegations that Tehran worked on atomic arms remains essentially stalled, according to The Associated Press (AP).
The report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also reiterated that more cooperation is needed by Iran for full clarity on its present activities. Without it, the IAEA said, it cannot conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is in peaceful activities.
Iran and the IAEA agreed in November of 2013 on a new attempt to probe the accusations. The United States and its allies also included the investigation into a to-do list for talks with Iran meant to curb its nuclear programs in exchange for sanctions relief.
Washington continues to insist that full lifting of sanctions depends on the IAEAs ability to thoroughly probe the accusations and deliver an assessment on its findings.
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Color me shocked.
There’s only one thing Iran wants. More time.
And Obama is providing it.
It speaks to how close they really are. They seem to want yet more time just to multiply the stock, too.
Simply Obama trying to justify his irrelevant Nobel Peace Prize. What a joke that institution has become since they gave a Peace Prize to the terrorist, Arafat.
There will be NO agreement. Watch.
I thought it said “IKEA Report”.
Who would have guessed that Obama’s friends, who openly talk about nuking Israel, would be unwilling to allow inspectors to check their nuclear weapons research sites? That is unexpected.
Who would have guessed that the Iranians wouldn’t be honest and open about their nuclear intentions?
Not our President.
Or he is simply assisting them to acquire the nuclear weapons they desire.
Not to worry, they've been saying this since 2007. What's the rush?!? /s
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