Inspection of Military Sites Rejected

Inspection of Military Sites RejectedInspection of Military Sites Rejected

Tehran rejected a call by US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz for unlimited access of International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors to Iran’s military sites. In a Monday interview with ISNA, the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran described Moniz’s demand as “not practical and acceptable.”

Behrouz Kamalvandi noted that negotiations aimed at reaching an agreement over Iran’s nuclear program “are still underway,” urging the other side to put forward its views during the talks, Press TV reported.

Kamalvandi stressed that Tehran will not undertake any commitments beyond “common laws and regulations.”  Earlier on Monday, Moniz said nuclear inspectors will need free access in Iran as part of a possible deal on the Iranian nuclear program. “We expect to have anywhere, anytime access,” added the nuclear physicist, who has been involved in the recent nuclear talks between Iran and the major powers.