The IAEA Board of Governors at its deliberations on Iran earlier this month.
UN nuclear inspectors have honed in on Parchin, a military testing ground 30 kilometers southeast of Tehran, in their inquest into whether Iran is secretly developing nuclear weapons. Iran is dragging its feet on access to this site, but the UN watchdog International Atomic Energy Agency has drawn a line in the sand. It says that visiting Parchin must be the next step in an investigation that began in 2003 and has been stalled for the past four years over questions about the possible military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear work. Keep reading →