Iran slams U.N. nuclear watchdog resolution, says it worked with body
DUBAI (Reuters) - The Iranian State Department issued a state media statement on Friday that it blew up a resolution by the United States Nuclear Guard (IAEA) that Tehran had worked with the panel.
"While Iran is working at the highest level with the IAEA, issuing a decision by the Board of Governors is a completely unconstructive and disappointing step," said ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi in the statement.
The U.S. Nuclear Guardian's 35-member board of governors in Friday's resolution called on Iran to deny and fully cooperate with the agency to two suspected former locations, diplomats said at the meeting.
(Reporting from Dubai Newsroom)
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