Iran calls for IAEA to detect Stuxnet agents
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Service: Nuclear Energy
News Code :9003-14857
TEHRAN (ISNA)-Deputy Secretary of Iranian Supreme National Security Council Ali Bagheri called for the IAEA to detect agents involved Stuxnet computer worm plan.
Bagheri speaking in the second International Conference on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation in Tehran on Monday, called for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to form a fact-finding committee to detect agents involved in nuclear terrorism and operation of Stuxnet computer worm to attack nuclear industry and technology of the member states and Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and inform the Board of Governors from their findings.
He also disclosed new dimensions of breach of disarmament rules on mass destruction by some western states and said, "the US-Russian Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, known as START-3, involves no verification mechanism and the qualitative and quantitative implementation of the treaty faces doubts."
He then highlighted the US continuous support for Zionist regime and said, "the US supports the only owner of nuclear warheads in the Middle East, Zionist regime, which abides by none of the international rules even the UN Security Council resolutions and its record is full of crime, aggression and occupation. The regime is increasing the number of nuclear warheads in its secret nuclear facilities."
He then said over 200 nuclear warheads belonging to the US have been deployed in European soil which violate the NPT.
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