IAEA Analyses on Iran Based on ‘Deceptive Information’

IAEA Analyses on Iran Based on ‘Deceptive Information’
IAEA Analyses on Iran Based on ‘Deceptive Information’

Iran’s nuclear chief said the International Atomic Energy Agency plays into the hands of Iran’s enemies, basing its analyses on Tehran’s nuclear program on “deceptive information” provided by them. 
“Based on its statute, the agency should encourage, support and help member countries achieve peaceful nuclear energy, but unfortunately, for a variety of reasons and because they consider superiority as exclusive to themselves, they have monopolized science and technology, restricted us and increased our costs,” Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Mohammad Eslami said in a televised interview. 
“The enemies put a lot of pressure on the IAEA. Together with the Zionists, the MKO [anti-Iran terror group’s] mercenaries regularly feed the IAEA with deceptive information and always incite the agency against our country,” he lamented.  
Eslami also censured the IAEA for failing to condemn an act of sabotage that targeted the Karaj nuclear site on June 23.
The IAEA effectively encouraged this type of terror attack by remaining silent, he noted.
Eslami said in the recent terrorist operation, “the enemy sought to damage our country’s capacity in building machines and technology, but our colleagues were able to revive the cycle.” 

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