Israel assaults IAEA credibility for closing suspect Iranian nuclear dossiers

In its latest report, the International Atomic Energy Agency closed its investigation of the Marivan site long suspected of high explosive tests relating to Iran’s nuclear program. Israel accused the agency of caving into Tehran by accepting its “unfeasible” explanation for the presence there of mysterious uranium traces. The watchdog also said Iran had resolved its concerns regarding the Fordow underground enrichment facility. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lior Haiat said that the closing of the two nuclear files “could have extremely dangerous consequences” and “severely undermined the agency’s credibility.”

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