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Wednesday 20 May 2015
Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that his government “won’t allow foreigners to carry out any inspections on military sites," doubling down on a key sticking point in talks with world powers over its nuclear program.
Speaking with state-run media, Khamenei also said Iran would not allow foreign governments or agencies to interview its scientists— an inspections requirement set out by the United States, intended to shed light on Tehran's possible military nuclear work.
“I will not permit aliens to come and interview with scientists who have gotten the domestic nuclear knowledge to this level,” Khamenei said at at Imam Hossein University. “They should realize that Iran’s response to any evil move will be very harsh."