6 powers will demand that Iran provide "unfettered access" to Qom site

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September 27, 2009 04:09

 
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The US and its five partners - France, Russia, the UK, Germany and China - plan to tell Teheran at a meeting in Geneva on Thursday that it must provide "unfettered access" to its previously secret Qom enrichment facility within weeks, a senior Obama administration official said in Washington on Saturday. The six major powers also will present a so-called transparency package covering all of Iran's nuclear activities, the official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity in order to discuss plans that are not yet ready to be announced. The six countries will demand full access for the International Atomic Energy Agency to any and every site, notebooks, computers and documents related to nuclear development, and all scientists. They will demand that Iran prove to the increasingly skeptical group that its intentions with its various sites are peaceful and energy-related, as Iran claims, and not for weapons development, as the West believes, the official said Saturday.

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