Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 1 / Trend D.Khatinoglu /
Iran's Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ali Asghar Soltanieh said that IAEA's request from Iran to visit Parchin military base is under discussion, but Iran has asked Agency to show the original alleged documents about the country's military related nuclear activities.
Soltanieh in an interview with ISNA news agency added that before getting alleged documents from IAEA and defining a visit framework, Iran will never allow IAEA inspectors to visit whatever they want.
"Some countries submitted some alleged documents to IAEA, we have the right to see them," he underlined.
Despite four rounds of direct talks between Iran and IAEA conducted since October 2011, according to the sides' statements, there is not any achieved concrete progress yet.
The latest round of talks was held on Aug.24. IAEA asks Iran to permit Agency to visit Parchin military base, which is suspected in nuclear related tests done there. The UN nuclear watchdog released a report on Aug.30 saying that Iran has stepped up efforts to hide traces of possible nuclear weapons experiments at Parchin.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also said that the extensive clean-up activities conducted at the Parchin site "will have an adverse impact on the agency's ability to undertake effective verification."
IAEA has requested from Iran to permit visiting Parchin since last November. Iran rejected the permission, saying first of all, it needs to define a framework.
Until now, the UN Security Council has adopted four rounds of sanctions on Iran to curve Iran's nuclear policy and to curb the country's sensitive nuclear activities, but Iran has announced it will keep its nuclear activities. The West countries suspect that Iran is going to make nuclear weapon, but Iran rejects, calling its activities "peaceful".
The EU and the U.S. has adopted tighten sanctions over Iran's banking and oil sector which has led to halve of the country's oil export to 1.1 mbpd.