The report's other main area of concern focused on Parchin, a military site southeast of Tehran that the agency suspects was used for testing high explosives used to set off a nuclear charge — and which the IAEA fears is undergoing a major cleanup.
Iran has repeatedly turned down IAEA requests to visit the site, which, the report warned "seriously undermined" the IAEA's ability to conduct effective verification. The report cited satellite photos showing that Iran has torn down buildings, dug up a wide area around the suspect site and embarked on other suspect activities indicating sanitization attempts there.
In Washington, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland would not comment on the IAEA report but said the IAEA been calling on Iran to intensify efforts toward an agreement on its nuclear program for more than a year.
"That has not happened," she noted.
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