Saudi Arabia called on the UN atomic watchdog agency to continue exposing Iran’s nuclear activities on Wednesday.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) should also intensify searches within the Islamic Republic to uncover sites that it may use to conduct undisclosed nuclear activities, the Kingdom’s governor to the agency, Prince Abdullah bin Khalid bin Sultan, said.
The IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi confirmed on Wednesday that Iran had begun operating centrifuges installed at an underground site in violation of the 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers.
Prince Abdullah said Iran is using the deal as a bridge to reach its goals and permanently threaten international security and safety.
In a report last week, the IAEA said Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium was more than 12 times the limit set in the nuclear deal.
Source: Arab News