The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia criticized Iran and its lack of transparency in dealing with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The Kingdom’s ambassador to Austria, Prince Abdullah bin Khalid, delivered the speech at the June session of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors.
The official Saudi Press Agency quoted the prince as confirming that “the reports show the lack of transparency of the Iranian side in dealing with the agency’s demands regarding four sites in Iran that include undeclared nuclear activities and materials, for nearly two years.
Iran continued to provide unsatisfactory and technically not credible responses regarding the presence of multiple human-origin and isotope-modified uranium particles.
That reflects its lack of seriousness in cooperating with the agency, despite the Director-General’s expression of concern over the lack of progress on outstanding safeguards-related issues, and the agency’s readiness to engage Iran in proactive efforts to clarify and resolve these issues without further delay.”