Iran accuses IAEA of spying


Iranian Minister of Information, Heidar Moslehi,  accused Saturday the International Energy Agency.

Atomic spies say that instead of sending inspectors to monitor Iran’s nuclear program, RIA Novosti, according to Tuesday.

According to him, inspectors sent by the IAEA are  espionage, and the agency must take responsibility.

Minister launched the allegations before the resumption of negotiations between Tehran and the six international mediators – Russia, U.S., France, Britain, China and Germany. Negotiations will begin on Monday in Geneva and will be the first meeting of the only nuclear in late 2009.

U.S. and other Western countries accuse Iran that wants to acquire nuclear weapons, but Iran denies that and says its nuclear program is peaceful.

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Posted by N.Desiree on Dec 4 2010. Filed under Featured News, Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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