(GDeW) JUST what we needed, another endearing scamp playing with Nuclear Matches!
Syria dismissed on Saturday an International Atomic Energy Agency recommendation to allow its inspectors unrestrained access, days after the agency said a bombed Syrian complex could have been a nuclear site.
An IAEA report said on Thursday that Uranium particles found at a Syrian complex destroyed by an Israeli air raid in 2007 suggest the possibility of covert nuclear activity at the site.
" We will not allow anything beyond the agreement because Syria does not have a military nuclear programme. Syria is not obliged to open its other sites to inspectors "
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem
The report, by new IAEA Director-General Yukiya Amano, prodded Syria to adopt the IAEA’s Additional Protocol, which permits unfettered inspections beyond a declared nuclear site to check out any covert atomic activity.