Reports that confidential side-agreements to the recently signed nuclear deal will let the Iranians inspect the Parchin military site on their own is “just another” of the problems Israel has identified in the deal, Foreign Ministry director-general Dore Gold said on Thursday.
Gold was referring to an AP report on Wednesday about the draft of a side-agreement stipulating that Iran will be able to use its own investigators to inspect the site 30 km. southeast of Tehran where it has been accused of developing nuclear arms, including nuclear bomb trigger devices, in the past.
According to the AP report, the side agreement would allow Iran to use its own experts and equipment to search for evidence that it has used the site to develop nuclear weapons, something it has continuously denied.
Gold likened this to “allowing the criminal present the evidence.”
The side-agreement in question was one of two concluded between Iran and the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency, the details of which even the US administration is reportedly not privy to.
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