Iran’s permanent representative to IAEA Kazem Qaribabadi denounced that in this way, there is a negative message against the countries attached to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) of weapons of mass destruction.
On social media, the diplomat reacted to statements by IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi, who assured that by not adhering to the NPT, Israel has no legal obligations.
However, he added, Iran has sealed its commitment to that treaty, which obliges it to accept inspections and corrective measures.
According to Qaribabadi, this response implies that being outside that pact exonerates the Tel Aviv regime from any obligation and not allowing IAEA safeguards control.
Since 1952, Israel has been developing nuclear weapons with support of the United States, France and the United Kingdom and has never revealed how many warheads it possesses.
Estimates by The National Interest website put them from 80 to 300.