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nuclear agency said Monday that Iran recently increased its uranium enrichment, and he criticized the country for refusing to let the agency's inspectors investigate suspicions about its weapons program

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(AP) VIENNA - The head of the U.N. nuclear agency said Monday that Iran recently increased its uranium enrichment, and he criticized the country for refusing to let the agency's inspectors investigate suspicions about its weapons program.

"The agency continues to have serious concerns regarding possible military dimensions to Iran's nuclear program," said International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano.

Recent moves to boost uranium enrichment at Fordo, an underground Iranian facility that may be able to withstand aerial attack, are of particular concern.

"As Iran is not providing the necessary cooperation ... the agency is unable to provide credible assurance about the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities in Iran, and therefore to conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is in peaceful activities," Amano said at a closed board meeting of the 35-nation IAEA. His comments were made available to reporters.

The conference opened as fears grow that Israel's air force may soon strike Iran in an attempt to destroy its nuclear facilities.

President Barack Obama said Sunday he doesn't want war but that he would attack Iran, if that was the only option left to stop it from getting a nuclear weapon.

Obama talks tough at AIPAC, urges caution on Iran

Mr. Obama was meeting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington on Monday.

Obama, Netanyahu to discuss path on Iran

The U.S. and its Western allies went into Monday's meeting in Vienna hoping to persuade Russia and China to back a resolution critical of Iran's refusal to heed IAEA and U.N. Security Council demands that it banish such concerns by opting for full nuclear transparency.

Moscow and Beijing traditionally act as brakes on Western attempts to tighten the sanctions vise on Iran, 경상북도출장샵 and a diplomat — who asked for anonymity because his information was privileged — told The Associated Press that the focus is on finding language they could agree with, without watering down the message to the point that it becomes meaningless.

However, another diplomat later said such attempts had been abandoned because the language rift was too great to bridge.

Any resolution passed by the IAEA board automatically goes to the U.N. Security Council and could be used as a platform for additional sanctions on the Islamic Republic, which already is the focus of four sets of U.N. sanctions meant primarily to pressure it to give up enrichment.

The U.S., the European Union and others have additionally slapped Tehran recently with financial and economic penalties meant to hurt its banking system and oil export industry.

"We have our credible information that indicates that Iran engaged in activities relevant to the development of nuclear explosive devices," Amano told reporters outside of the IAEA board meeting, describing his sources as "old information and new information."

Amano said the suspicions of "activities ... ongoing at the Parchin site" in Iran mean "going there sooner is better than later" for IAEA inspectors seeking to probe suspicions that Iran has been — or is — working secretly to develop nuclear arms.

Inspecting Parchin was a key request made by senior IAEA teams that visited Tehran in January and February. Iran rebuffed those overtures, as well as attempts by the IAEA to question officials and secure other information linked to the allegations of secret weapons work.

Amano declined to specify whether the suspicions focused on continued weapons-related work or attempts to clear up previous activities.
asked Sep 18, 2019 by NoraMedworth (120 points)

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