Report: IAEA inspectors demand visit to Syrian nuclear site

Report IAEA inspectors

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 16, 2009 20:57

 
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IAEA inspectors have demanded to visit a suspected nuclear Syrian site at Dir Azur on Tuesday, Channel 10 reported Monday night, citing foreign media reports. According to the report, UN nuclear watchdog inspectors who visited the site after it was destroyed by the IAF in September 2007, found highly processed plutonium, indicating that Syria's nuclear program was further along than was previously assessed. However, Channel 10 stated is was not clear whether authorities in Damascus would allow the inspectors into the site.

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