QUESTION: May – I just want to follow up on the inspections. I asked you yesterday about precedent, if there is any precedent --
MS. HARF: Yes.
QUESTION: -- that the IAEA could follow. Absent precedent – or maybe there is in Iraq precedent – by the way, this reminds me of the Iraq (inaudible).
MS. HARF: This is amazing.
QUESTION: So how would they do it? I mean, they would have offices, they would come like in (inaudible)? How would they do it?
MS. HARF: In terms of the centrifuge storage – I’m trying not to laugh; this is just amusing to me – but in terms of the centrifuge storage, so they will be stored by – they will not – excuse me. The centrifuges will not be stored by the IAEA. It will be stored under IAEA surveillance and monitoring. And yesterday I said they will be stored in facilities that are monitored by the IAEA. They – we have confidence in their ability to do this. I don’t have more details for you on where else they might have done this – in other countries, I think you’re asking, right?