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IAEA report on Iran's nuke program proves its deceitful tech
发布时间:2017-07-07 04:00 来源:http://www.techolics.com

IAEA report on Iran's nuke program proves its deceitful tech

JERUSALEM, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that an international nuclear watchdog group's report on Iran's nuclear program justifies Israel's concerns over it.

Netanyahu, who has been vocal in his rejection of the July agreement between the international community and Iran over the latter's nuclear program, referred to a report issued earlier on Wednesday by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

"The IAEA's examination proves beyond doubt that Iran operated a secret plan to develop nuclear weapons, also after 2003, as Israel had said," Netanyahu said.

The prime minister said the fact that Iran acted back then to develop its nuclear weapons, as the report charged, showcases the country's "techniques of fraud and deception" regarding its nuclear program, adding Israel expects the international community to continue its supervision of Iran in order to prevent it from developing nuclear weapons, a possibility which poses a danger to Israel's security.

The report issued on Wednesday stated that most of Iran's concentrated efforts to develop nuclear weapons were carried out prior to 2003, with some of it continuing up to 2009, but not beyond it.

The year 2003 specifically was when the IAEA officially concluded that Iran had built a secret facility to enrich uranium, necessary to develop nuclear weapons.

The report is part of the implementation of the agreement signed between the P5+1 countries (Russia, Germany, U.S, Britain, China and France) and Iran, which Netanyahu called a "historic mistake" which will put Israel's safety at risk.

Iran allowed for supervision over its nuclear facilities and accepted other measures to curb its nuclear program, which Iran claims is aimed at peaceful purposes, in exchange for the lifting of economic sanction on the Islamic republic.