Lavizan-Shian was an alleged undeclared nuclear site north-eastern Tehran, Iran. The site was under investigation by the International Atomic Energy Agency as a potential undeclared nuclear site. According to Reuters, claims by the US that topsoil has been removed and the site had been sanitized could not be verified by IAEA investigators who visited Lavizan. In Paragraph 39 of the IAEA's November 2005 report on Iran, the IAEA stated "The information provided by Iran appeared to be coherent and consistent with its explanation of the razing of the Lavisan-Shian area."
- No Sign of Nuke Work at Suspect Iran Site - Diplomats
- DESTRUCTION AT IRANIAN SITE RAISES NEW QUESTIONS ABOUT IRAN'S NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES
- U.N. probe detects uranium in Iran
- IAEA Report November 2005
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