According to a report by the International atomic energy Agency (IAEA) ended on Wednesday, December 2, and quoted by various media, including The Wall Street Journal, before 2003 Iran worked on the development of nuclear weapons, but the IAEA experts found no evidence that such activity continued after 2009.
The report was prepared within the framework of the «nuclear agreement» signed in July of this year between Iran on one side and the United States, Russia, Britain, France, Germany and China on the other.
The report shows that by the end of 2003, at the request of Tehran, Iran carried out work aimed at the creation of a «nuclear explosive device». The authors of the report emphasize that the work has not stopped on development of the feasibility studies of the project and scientific developments.
Part of this work was conducted through 2009, however after this year, according to experts, these works could be stopped, but the IAEA has no evidence of this or that version of events.
Some examples in the report the facts clearly contradicted the statements of Tehran that Iran has never sought nuclear weapons development. Thus, experts have collected data that contradict the version of Tehran about the goals of the military base in Parchin, which, according to Israeli intelligence, was used as a site for testing new nuclear technologies.
The IAEA report is one of the last stages prior to the removal from Iran of Western sanctions.