In a message posted on social media, Iranian Representative to the IAEA Kazem Gharibabadi decried inaccurate the report done by Rafael Grossi, director general of that UN agency, which goes beyond what was agreed in a joint statement.
Qaribabadi recalled that Tehran and the international agency concluded not to consider the Iranian Tessa Karay complex among the sites subject to monitoring.
Qaribabadi’s statements response to a report by Grossi, who pointed out that Tehran allowed some verification teams to operate from September 20 to 22, but prevented them from doing so at Tessa Karay.
The Iranian representative condemned the IAEA for ignoring the sabotage activities registered against nuclear facilities in Iran.
However, neither the IAEA nor the UN repudiated the Tel Aviv regime for its illegal actions that endanger regional and international peace and security.