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The IAEA denies being involved in the murder of an Iranian scientist

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has denied the statement from Tehran that the death of Iran’s nuclear specialist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan had resulted from leakage from the Agency, said the international media, referring to the spokesman for the IAEA, Gill Tudor on Friday.

University professor and deputy director of the uranium enrichment plant at Natanz, Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan (32) was killed Jan. 11 in a suicide car bomb.

The Deputy Ambassador of Iran to the UN Eshagh Al Habib said that terrorists could use secret information obtained from UN agencies, including a list of sanctions the Security Council and “interview IAEA with Iranian scientists. “According to him, shortly before his death, Mr. Ahmadi Roshan had met with IAEA inspectors, “which certifies that UN agencies could play a role in the leak of information on nuclear sites and Iranian scientists.”

The spokesman for the IAEA has categorically rejected the accusation.

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