Desert Site in Syria Bombed by Israel Was “Very Likely” a Nuclear Reactor – Iaea
An isolated site in the Syrian desert, which was bombed by Israeli army in September 2007, was "very likely" a nuclear reactor, said Tuesday the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told AFP.
An isolated site in the Syrian desert, which was bombed by Israeli army in September 2007, was “very likely” a nuclear reactor, said Tuesday the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told AFP.
“Based on all information available to the agency and the technical evaluation of this information, the agency estimates that destroyed the building site Alzour Dair was likely a nuclear reactor would have said the agency, the IAEA said in a confidential report , whose copy was obtained by AFP.
It is the first time the IAEA official issuing the assessment, the beginning of the investigation on this subject in 2008.
Syria accused the United States built a nuclear reactor at Dair Alzour unreported, with North Korea, which was later destroyed by Israeli aircraft.
Syria tried to prevent the IAEA investigation, only authorizes an agency inspectors to visit the site in June 2008.
Damascus has denied all accusations, claiming that the Alzour Dair was a military site and the IAEA has no right to prosecute this case.
Analysis of samples shows that the site was designed to build and use a nuclear reactor, believe the IAEA.
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