Iran not to accept inspection of non-nuclear facilities
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Mon 18 May 2015 - 11:14
TEHRAN (ISNA)- A member of Iranian nuclear negotiating team Hamid Baidi-Nejad said the country would not accept any inspection of non-nuclear centers, including military facilities, which do not deal with nuclear material.
The point of distinction between nuclear facilities and non-nuclear ones including military facilities is that the first one deals with nuclear material, he wrote in his Instagram, adding a non-nuclear facility means that it is not working with nuclear material.
Based on this rule, non-nuclear military facilities are not introduced and monitored by the IAEA as long as they do not work with nuclear material and this needs to be regarded as a key principle, he said.
He further that any access to sensitive non-nuclear facilities, including military facilities, should be conducted under method known as management access mechanisms.
Baidi-Nejad noted that the IAEA should guarantee that it would keep secret any information obtained from this access and would not share it with any country or representative of a country.
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