Ian Kelly, Sprecher des US-Außenministeriums, streut dem iranischen Regime weiterhin Rosen. Anders kann man sein Statement, die Deadline von zwei Wochen für die Einreise der internationalen Inspektoren nach Qom sei „nicht in Stein gemeißelt“, kaum bewerten.
Vielen Dank auch, Mr. Kelly!
Two-week Iran deadline not set ‚in stone‘: State Department
WASHINGTON (AFP) – A two-week deadline set by world powers for Iran to open a newly-revealed nuclear site to inspectors is not „written in stone,“ the US State Department said on Friday.
„I don’t think it was a hard deadline. We made clear it was a matter of some urgency,“ said State Department spokesman Ian Kelly at a press briefing.
After Thursday talks between Iranian officials and representatives of six world powers, US President Barack Obama called on Iran to allow International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors to visit the newly-revealed nuclear site near the Iranian city of Qom within two weeks.
„Since Iran has now agreed to cooperate fully and immediately with the International Atomic Energy Agency, it must grant unfettered access to IAEA inspectors within two weeks,“ he said.
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