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After the failure of US attempts in IAEA and UN General Assembly to win the support of other countries against Iran, a veteran member of terrorist MKO has entered the scene to spread propaganda against Iran, just two days before the meeting of Board of Governors on September 19th.
After the failure of US attempts in IAEA and UN General Assembly to win the support of other countries against Iran, a veteran member of terrorist MKO has entered the scene to spread propaganda against Iran, just two days before the meeting of Board of Governors on September 19th. According to Baztab website, Alireza Jafarzadeh repeated his claims about Iranian nuclear program by displaying again the satellite photos (taken by US) of nuclear installations in Natanz. Jafarzadeh, who’s been mentioned as broker of chemical weapons by American websites, showed a picture of a tunnel in Natanz complex, which has been inspected repeatedly by IAEA’s inspectors. Then, he claimed again that hidden nuclear programs are performed in the tunnel and he asked the IAEA to launch its monitoring system in all tunnels. It should be noted that these tunnels were established since Natanz complex was being installed, with the purpose of guaranteeing the security of sensitive and expensive installations. Even IAEA’s inspectors have declared that, regarding the Israeli threats on attacking these installations, the existence of such tunnels is natural. In past few days, a wave of efforts by US diplomats was created in order to win the support of other countries (with referral of Iran’s cast to UN Security Council) which of course failed. It seems that these tunnels are new topics, used to influence the meeting of Board of Governors in Vienna.

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