Yemen’s delegate to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Haitham Shuja Al-Din, has called on Iran to stop destabilizing the country and the Middle East region.
By supporting the Houthi militia and providing the group with weapons, Iran continues to destabilize the security and stability of Yemen, as well as its neighboring countries, Al-Din said in a report from Yemen News Agency (SABA).
“Iran has violated the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, and it must comply with its nuclear obligations within the framework of its comprehensive safeguards agreement,” Al-Din told the IAEA Board of Governors meeting.
The delegate also expressed his concern that Iran was not serious about the ongoing negotiations, SABA reported.
The stalled negotiations have been an excuse for Tehran to develop its nuclear program for non-peaceful purposes, he said, adding that any new agreement with Iran would thus be “ineffective,” according to SABA.