December 4, 2010
TEHRAN — Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi accused the UN atomic watchdog on Saturday of including “spies” among the inspectors it sends to Iran to monitor the nation’s controversial nuclear programme.
“The International Atomic Energy Agency has dispatched spies of foreign agencies among its inspectors and thus should be held accountable for this move,” he was quoted by state-run television’s website as saying.
Moslehi did not elaborate, except to say that “international organisations that should prevent such acts are not fulfilling their duties.”
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