Iran: We'll open nuclear site is Israeli threat removed

By JTA
December 27, 2012 22:12

 
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Iran said it would open the Parchin military complex to United Nations nuclear inspectors if threats of an Israeli attack are neutralized.

"If external threats were defused, then they -- the IAEA -- could be enabled to inspect Parchin," Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Hassan Ghashghavi reportedly said Thursday.

Israel has threatened to attack Iranian nuclear sites if nuclear enrichment is not halted. US President Barack Obama has indicated that all options are on the table.

A seven-member team from the International Atomic Energy Agency met with Iranian nuclear officials earlier this month. The team also attempted but failed to visit Parchin, which the IAEA has been trying to see for the last year. Satellite photos of the site near Tehran indicate that it has been used for nuclear weapons experiments.

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