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'No one dares to attack a nuclear facility'

ali-asghar soltaniyeh

Iran's envoy to the IAEA, Ali-Asghar Soltaniyeh, has ruled out the possibility of any military attack on Iran's nuclear facilities.

The international community knows very well that any attack on [Iran's] nuclear facilities would cause horrific catastrophes at the sites of the facilities, in the region, and in the world, ISNA quoted Soltaniyeh as telling Italy's AKI news agency on Tuesday.

He stated that those countries that threaten Iran will eventually find themselves isolated.

No one would dare to launch an attack on a nuclear facility anywhere in the world, Soltaniyeh said.

“Using the carrot and stick policy is not a civilized way for dialogue and will lead to the isolation of those who use this policy,” he noted.

Israel is the only player in the Middle East that possesses a nuclear arsenal, but its officials have repeatedly voiced their determination to halt Iran's peaceful nuclear program, even through military means.

Iran says its nuclear program is meant to meet the civilian needs of its people and is being pursued within the framework of IAEA regulations.

Source: presstv.ir


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