Iran: IAEA report influenced by Zionist regime


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Iran: IAEA report influenced by Zionist regime
Iran condemns UN watchdog's latest report on its nuclear program, says it is “unfair”.
Elad Benari

Iran on Tuesday condemned the latest report by the UN nuclear watchdog on traces of nuclear material found at three undeclared sites, describing it as “unfair”, AFP reports. "Unfortunately, this report does not reflect the reality of the negotiations between Iran and the IAEA," Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh told reporters, referring to the Monday report by the International Atomic Energy Agency. "It's not a fair and balanced report," he said, adding, "We expect this path to be corrected."

"It is feared that the political pressure exerted by the Zionist regime and some other actors has caused the normal path of the agency's reports to change from technical to political," Khatibzadeh charged. In Monday’s report, the IAEA reiterated that it still had questions which were "not clarified" regarding previous undeclared nuclear material at three sites named as Marivan, Varamin and Turquzabad.