Iran’s UN Envoy Khazaei has accused the terrorist MKO group of fabricating evidence that Iran has been trying to make nuclear weapons.
The United States is getting unreliable intelligence from the terrorist Mujahedin Khalq Organization which assisted Saddam Hussein during the imposed Iran-Iraq war, said Mohammad Khazaei in an interview with the Associated Press.
Khazaei reiterated that Iran has resolved all six outstanding issues about its nuclear program, insisting that Tehran should not face any new UN sanctions. He also warned that new sanctions would harm the credibility of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Khazaei told reporters that when the IAEA raised the US allegations and showed Iran several documents on February 15, Iran recognized the papers were fabricated because individuals were named that do not exist, and others named who have not been involved in Iran’s nuclear program.
"I’m afraid to say that, according to my information, some of these allegations were produced or fabricated by a terrorist entity – listed as a terrorist group in the United States and elsewhere in Europe," Khazaei concluded.
Presstv-February 26, 2008