Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Iran Will Not Allow Nuclear Inspectors Into Military Sites

Ali Akar Velayati, a top adviser to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, appeared on Al-Jazeera on July 31 and was asked about U.N. inspections of Iran’s military sites.

“Regardless of how the P5+1 countries interpret the nuclear agreement, their entry into our military sites is absolutely forbidden. The entry of any foreigner, including IAEA inspectors or any other inspector, to the sensitive military sites of the Islamic Republic is forbidden, no matter what.”
--from "Advisor to Iranian Supreme Leader: Inspectors Will Not Be Allowed into Iranian Military Sites."

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