A chief adviser to Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei has ruled out the possibility of international inspections of Iranian military sites, Iran’s semi-official FarsNews reports.

“They (the Westerners) have made some comments about defensive and missile issues, but Iran will not allow them to visit our military centers and interfere in decisions about the type of Iran’s defensive weapons,” Ali Akbar Velayati, former Iranian foreign minister, says.

Under the nuclear accord signed between world powers and Tehran last, the Islamic Republic may be subject to international inspections at all sites — nuclear and military — after a 24-day notice.

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