Israel warns IAEA against resolution targeting Jewish State

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September 24, 2010 14:40

 
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Israel warned the International Atomic Energy Agency against accepting an Arab-sponsored resolution urging Israel to join the nuclear Non-Proliferation treaty and to open its nuclear activities to inspection, Reuters reported on Friday.

During a debate at the annual assembly of the UN's nuclear watchdog in Vienna, an Israeli delegate, Ehud Azoulay, stated that the resolution could deal a "fatal blow" to future cooperation on boosting Middle East security.


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