Iran accuses the International Atomic Energy Agency of leaking confidential data and threatens it with “necessary measures”

The Iranian government accused the International Atomic Energy Agency of publishing confidential data about Iran, pledging to take “necessary measures” to put an end to this problem.

The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Behrouz Kamalvandi, said today, Thursday, that the dissemination of Iranian secret information and messages has become a method adopted by the IAEA, explaining that the agency from time to time publishes “detailed and partial information on Iranian nuclear data.”

Kamalvandi, in particular, criticized the leaking of secret messages between Iran and the director general of the IAEA, Rafael Grossi, to the media, stressing that this approach does not apply to the rest of the agency’s member states and is only practiced against the Islamic Republic.

The Iranian spokesman stressed the need to put an end to this matter, stressing that Tehran will take what is necessary and will reconsider its dealings with the IAEA if it does not stop leaking information.

Source: “Fares”

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