Iran's secret nuclear plant will spark a new round of IAEA inspections and lead to a period of even greater transparency | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Iran's secret nuclear plant will spark a new round of IAEA inspections and lead to a period of even greater transparency

In March 2007, Iran suspended the implementation of the modified text of Code 3.1 of the Subsidiary Arrangements General Part concerning the early provisions of design information. As such, Iran was reverting back to its legally-binding requirements of the original safeguards agreement, which did not require early declaration of nuclear-capable facilities prior to the introduction of nuclear material.

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