03 February 2014
The fact that a lot of money is being invested in the work of IAEA with regards to Iran’s nuclear program, indicates that Iran’s nuclear infrastructure is very advanced, chairman of the Centre for Iranian Studies at SOAS, University of London and author of “On the Arab revolts and the Iranian revolution: Power and resistance today”, Arshin Adib-Moghaddam told Trend.
“The work of IARA in Iran is the most intrusive compared to any country in human history,” he said. “The fact that it is so expensive is another evidence for that.”
The IAEA has asked for more funding from the UN member states for checking Iran with the last year’s nuclear deal with P5+1.
… At the same time, Senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, James M. Dorsey believes that funding is unlikely to be an issue even if the amounts go up.
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