Iran Nuclear NewsIranians block UN inspectors at nuclear facility: diplomats

Iranians block UN inspectors at nuclear facility: diplomats

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AFP: Iran is stopping UN inspectors from installing cameras at a nuclear facility where Tehran intends to place 3,000 centrifuges for industrial-scale uranium enrichment, diplomats said Thursday. VIENNA, Feb 1, 2007 (AFP) – Iran is stopping UN inspectors from installing cameras at a nuclear facility where Tehran intends to place 3,000 centrifuges for industrial-scale uranium enrichment, diplomats said Thursday.

Inspectors from the UN watchdog International Atomic Energy Agency are currently at the facility in Natanz in central Iran, where an underground site is being completed.

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