The inspections will fail. Iran will cheat and the UN won't do anything about it.
Via Daily Mail:
Aerial photos of a nuclear site in Iran appear to show ‘a last-ditch effort’ to hide ‘incriminating evidence’ before the inspections it agreed to in last month’s international deal.
The photos, from a respected Washington think tank, show ‘renewed activity’ at Parchin, a military site in Iran that has previously been linked to explosives work with nuclear weapons.
A report from the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), reveals movement that started after the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) to end international sanctions on Iran.
As part of the deal, Iran agreed to host inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at sites such as Parchin, where the country is suspected of developing nuclear weapons.
The report by the Institute for Science and International Security says: ‘Although it is difficult to fathom Iran’s motivations for its recent actions at Parchin, this renewed activity may be a last-ditch effort to try to ensure that no incriminating evidence will be found.’
The pictures show new activity on the roofs of two buildings, as well as oil spills from vehicles and the presence of two large vehicles – one of which ‘could’ be a bulldozer or steamroller.
The report says the evidence ‘raises concerns’ that Iran is trying to conduct ‘further sanitization efforts’ which make a mockery of the military inspections.
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