Davos: “The International Atomic Energy Agency has credible information that Iran is engaged in activities relevant to the development of nuclear explosives,” Yukiya Amano, Director-General of the IAEA said here on Friday.

He was very clear that Iran does not have nuclear weapons, but he listed Iran as engaged in design of weapons, computer modelling, neutron initiators, high explosives, and detonators, as he spoke to Gulf News after a session on Iran at the World Economic Forum.

Iran has agreed to a new IAEA mission to visit Iran, headed by Herman Nackaerts, Deputy Director General for Safeguards which will leave tomorrow for Tehran.

This is despite the IAEA’s unhappiness over the lack of Iranian cooperation over its undeclared nuclear sites, which the IAEA has not seen and does not know anything about, Amano told Gulf News.

Iran’s parliament will meet tomorrow to discuss a bill that would halt oil exports to Europe from next week.