Source: Press TV
As the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano is set to release his latest report on Iran’s nuclear case, an Iranian daily says the report has been dictated by the US.
According to latest news reports, Amano will also attach a 15-page addendum with the new report, detailing documents about certain alleged studies, Keyhan wrote on Tuesday.
The daily quoted Iranian diplomats as saying that during his visit to Washington last week, Amano received orders about the necessity of releasing the report at the current juncture and for this reason he declined to accept requests by Russia, China, some European countries and member states of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to remain impartial on Iran.
Experts in Iran and the IAEA secretariat believe that the addendum is technically and legally indefensible and will quickly call into question the agency’s credibility.
Keyhan said that the IAEA’s November 2011 report includes no new documents and all existing ones are those found on the laptop allegedly spirited out of Iran in 2004.
The report will prove that despite his claims, Amano had no new information and released the same old data. This indicates that the IAEA is lying about having information showing that Iran had a nuclear weapons program after 2004.
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