Report: Ahmadinejad accuses IAEA of flouting int'l law

September 19, 2010 12:42


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday accused the UN nuclear watchdog of flouting international law, according to a PressTV report.

“If an [IAEA] inspector violates his duties, the agency's Articles of Association allow for the termination of his inspections,” PressTV quoted Ahmadinejad as saying, citing a yet-to-be-aired ABC News interview.

The comments were a reference to a recent disagreement over Iran's decision to bar two UN inspectors.

Ahmadinejad went on to accuse the IAEA of resorting to "generalizations" and "undocumented" discussions.

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