Tehran (IP) - A member of the presiding board of Iran's Parliament noted the inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are certainly not inspectors.

Iran PressIran news: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press on Tuesday, Ahmad Amirabadi Farahani reacted to the position of IAEA chairman against the parliament's measure to limit the access of the IAEA inspectors to Iran's nuclear site.

Amirabadi Farahani rejected the IAEA chairman's claim that no one will benefit from stopping the inspections and stressed that a major part of the inspectors in Iran were operatives and sent information about the Iranian scientists to the CIA.  

He pointed out that Iran has voluntarily accepted the implementation of the additional protocol, but most of the IAEA inspectors are spies working for CIA, who came to Iran under the shield of the IAEA, a number of whom were identified and detained. 

The member of the presiding board of Iran's Parliament told Iran Press that what should be done today is to put an end to the espionage of the IAEA inspectors in Iran.


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