Leaders expect UN nuk agency to reveal details on Iran’s weapons

Leaders expect UN nuk agency to reveal details on Iran’s weapons

Leaders expect UN nuk agency to reveal details on Iran’s weapons

International leaders stated International Atomic Energy Agency [IAEA] would reveal information about Iran’s computer models of nuclear war and its secret development of nuclear arms.

Tehran has allegedly continued secret work to develop nuclear warms, said the diplomats while talking to media on last Friday.

The IAEA  also aims to share  the satellite imagery of a steel container , which according to the UN atomic agency, is used for testing  nuclear arms-related high explosives, added the diplomats. The UN agency is going to reveal this to 35 board members.

The IAEA had also listed Iran’s activities that indicated that the country was secretly producing nuclear weapons for almost a decade.

The new findings have strengthened these doubts as the weapon-related work has now gone wider in volume and scope, as per the intelligence reports of the IAEA.


The revelation increases possibilities of international military actions against Iran’s nuclear activities.

Shimon Peres, Israeli President told on international leaders should consider breaking their silence and take military action instead of diplomatic negotiations with Iran over this issue.

Meanwhile, even British media has also spread words over the issue, citing authorities who claimed that the United Kingdom was also prepared to support in case the United States considers to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities.

IAEA Commences meeting following Japanese nuclear Mishap

The international Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has commenced its meeting in Vienna on Monday; the meeting is regarded as the largest nuclear safety meeting ever to be convened. The meeting was intended to review the nuclear disaster in Japan and possible draw a lesson out of that. The nuclear disaster in Japan is the worst to happen to the world for the past 25 years.

The IAEA reported that the world was disturbed by the Japan disaster adding that the people’s confidence in the security of the nuclear system is shaken. The head of the energy agency Amano disclosed to journalists that despite the mishap in Japan many countries in the world would still rely on nuclear power for their energy sources. He acknowledged that there is the need to strengthen the standards for the establishment of the nuclear power plants.

The meeting is expected to last from Monday to Friday and member countries of IAEA will send ministers and other powerful delegates to review the Japan nuclear mishap and brainstorm on the way to avert similar development in the future.

Already there are proposals already put forward by experts on how best to stop similar incident from happening in the future. One of the suggestions to be reviewed includes the recommendation for the expansion of the role of IAEA in nuclear programs.