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MOSCOW, May 18 (Itar-Tass) - Iran is ready to let IAEA observers in Parchin only after a special protocol is signed, Iranian Ambassador to Russia Reza Sajjadi said on Saturday.
The facilities in Parchin were already completely inspected by IAEA representatives. Later, it was said that the site should be inspected once more, the ambassador noted. Iran agreed, but only on condition that a protocol would be signed, and not only the need to inspect Parchin, but also all other uncertain things would be written down in the document.