UN Nuke Agency’s Iran Probe Driven By US-Led Intel
Des fonctionnaires de l’AIEA ont confié à l’AP que 80% des renseignements de l’agence sur le nucléaire iranien proviennent de ses opposants géopolitiques.
The International Atomic Energy Agency insists that it is objective in evaluating Iran’s nuclear program and that its information comes from a wide range of sources and is carefully vetted. But about 80 percent of the intelligence comes from the United States and its allies, The Associated Press has been told.
Two IAEA officials, who gave the 80 percent figure, told The AP that the agency has been forced to rely more and more on information from Iran’s harshest critics – the U.S., Israel, Britain, France and Germany – because Tehran refuses to cooperate with international inspectors.
Their evaluation appeared to be the first in percentage terms. The officials demanded anonymity because they are not authorized to release classified information.