Azerbaijan, Baku, Sep.22/ Trend D.Khatinoglu/
The head of National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of Iranian Parliament accused International Atomic Energy Agency and German Siemens company of sabotage of Iran's Fordo uranium enrichment center, Iran's Parliament official website, www.icana.ir reported.
Alaeddin Boroujerdi said, IAEA cooperated with 'terrorists' and Siemens company put explosive materials inside Iran's centrifuges, which led to explosion and damaged Fordo.
He did not mention the time of explosion and kind of damages.
Boroujerdi noted, IAEA demanded to enable the inspection of Fordo the day after explosion.
He said Siemens had sold some nuclear equipments to Iran, with explosive materials put inside them.
The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said on Sep.18 that IAEA has published confidential information regarding the number of Iran's centrifuges.
Iran accused IAEA inspectors of revealing Iran's confidential nuclear information to its enemies.
Fereydoun Abbasi told reporters during the International Atomic Energy Agency's 155-nation General Conference in Vienna "we found a tiny explosive material placed inside the vacuum equipment of a centrifuge, aimed to damage the centrifuge", Fereydoun Abbasi told reporters during the International Atomic Energy Agency's 155-nation General Conference in Vienna.
"Iran purchased 200 vacuum items from overseas four years ago and the saboteurs have been waiting on installation of this equipment on the centrifuges," Abbasi added.
Several attempts to sabotage Iranian nuclear facilities have been reported so far, including cyber-attacks and malware. Among those, the Stuxnet virus attack ,iscovered in 2010 which reportedly targeted Iran's centrifuges.
Iran was accused of hiding its military nuclear activities by the International Atomic Energy Agency and some western countries.
The UN Security Council has adopted four rounds of sanctions against Iran, whereupon
more stringent sanctions were implemented by the US and EU.