Diplomats revealed an incident of physical harassment of female inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations by Iranian security guards, during their visit to the main Natanz nuclear facility during the past months.
The diplomats added, according to a report by the “Wall Street Journal”, that the incidents included security guards touching the female inspectors inappropriately, as well as orders to remove some clothes, in at least four separate incidents.
A paper distributed by the United States to members of the International Atomic Energy Agency called on Iran to stop such behavior.
atomic energy inspectors “expressive”
This comes as the European Union said, on Tuesday, that Iran has significantly undermined the monitoring operations of the International Atomic Energy Agency, expressing concern about Iran’s actions that are not in line with the nuclear agreement.
The European Union added that Iran had not provided an acceptable justification proving the peaceful nature of its nuclear program, and called on it to return to negotiations over its nuclear program without delay.
And experts studying the new data contained in the latest International Atomic Energy Agency reports revealed that Iran has the ability to produce fuel for a nuclear warhead within one month, according to a report by the American newspaper “New York Times”.
The report, released on Monday by the Institute for Science and International Security, an independent group that analyzes the findings of the UN agency, concluded that Iran’s summer enrichment of uranium to a purity of 60% had a significant impact, making it able to: It can produce fuel for one bomb within one month, while it can produce fuel for the second weapon in less than three months, and the third in less than five months.