International Atomic Energy Agency chairman Mohammed ElBaradei said on CNN Sunday there is no military solution to the problems with Iran in regards its alleged nuclear ambitions:
"I very much have concern about confrontation, building confrontation, Wolf, because that would lead absolutely to a disaster. I see no military solution. The only durable solution is through negotiations and inspections. … My fear if that we continue to escalate from both sides that we would end up into a precipice, we would end up into an abyss."
Denying Vice President Cheney's claim that "Iran is pursuing technology that could be used to develop nuclear weapons" ElBaradei replied:
"I have not received any information that there is a concrete, active nuclear weapon program going on right now. … We have information that there have been maybe some studies about possible weaponization. But we are looking into these alleged studies with Iran right now. … But have we seen having the nuclear material that can be readily used into a weapon? No. Have we seen an active weaponization program? No. So there is a concern, but there is also time to clarify these concerns."