Barak: Iran must open all nuclear facilities to IAEA

By REUTERS
April 8, 2012 11:21

 
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Iran must open all its nuclear facilities to the IAEA, and disclose its entire history of activity related to the allegation that it has been engaged in a nuclear weapon program, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Sunday.

Barak added this new stipulation to previous conditions he laid out last week. He reiterated these on Sunday in light of a New York Times report that the United States and other Western nations plan to demand that Iran immediately close and ultimately dismantle a recently completed nuclear facility deep under a mountain as part of new talks with Tehran.

Barak previously stated that Iran must agree to close the underground facilities at Fordow, and to transfer all uranium fuel enriched to 20 percent out of Iran.

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