Tehran: The head of Iran’s nuclear program, Mohammad Eslami, has pledged that Tehran will cooperate with international inspectors in any new activity.
According to the official statement, Tehran is willing to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Mohammad Eslami said that Iran is working under the IAEA’s safeguards and will communicate with the IAEA whenever it starts new activities.
His statement came after a foreign news agency report detailed Tehran’s new underground system near a nuclear enrichment facility.
The report sparked renewed debate in the Middle East, with Israel’s national security adviser saying yesterday that the nuclear site was out of range of US airstrikes but was still not completely safe from attack.