Iran denies secret nuclear site

Deputy Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has denied allegations about the existence of a secret nuclear site.

Javad Vaidi said that the new round of Iran- IAEA cooperation and President Ahmadinejad’s active role in the UN Security Council has created a positive political atmosphere for Iran.

"The new allegations ahead of the 5+1 foreign ministerial meeting aim to change this positive atmosphere and exert more pressure on Iran,” he added.

Earlier this week, the terrorist group, the MKO alleged at a news conference in Paris, that Tehran was constructing a secret underground nuclear facility for military purposes in central Iran.

The MKO is accused of assisting Saddam in the massacre of thousands of innocent Iraqis, as well as carrying out countless terrorist attacks inside Iran.

PressTV –  28 Sep 2007

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