each time close to IAEA's meeting, they raise new issues
Financial times has interviewed Hussein Moosavian, secretary of the Foreign Policy Committee of the Supreme Council for National Security in Iran. In part of this interview which was conducted on 11 September 2004, we read:
Financial Times: On Friday, there was an allegation [from the Iraq-based Iranian opposition group Moujahidin-e Khalq, MKO] that Iran has a secret enrichment plant at Bandar Abbas. Is that true?
Mossavian: Close to every Board of Governors meetings, there is a routine, especially with the Americans, they raise something. Just before the June meeting, they released indirectly an allegation about nuclear activity at Lavisan-Shian and it became a major point of concern.
After the meeting, the inspectors came and took samples and notified that 15 years ago a military site was there and then completely demolished to make way for a park. They took samples.
Well, now they have raised new issues.
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