Iran reaffirmed at the United Nations the "exclusively peaceful and in accordance with its international obligations" character of its nuclear program and rejected Israel's accusation on that issue.
Deputy Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations Eshagh Al Habib denounced the unfounded statements against the Islamic Republic launched by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the plenary on Thursday.
He also accused Tel Aviv for trying to stray the attention of UN member states from the danger Israeli nuclear arsenals, its secret program in that sector and its insecure facilities represent.
Eshagh Al Habib demanded the Israeli government to unconditionally join the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons and open the doors of the facilities to the verification systems of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
At the General Assembly, the Israeli prime Minister insisted on using force against Iran to stop its nuclear program.