Brig. Gen. Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said the International Atomic Energy Agency should investigate Iran's nuclear program and decide whether it violates the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the Fars News Agency reported.
"And the political approach of the Untied States, which speaks of the use of other options very frequently, lacks legality and is a violation of the international regulations," he said.
Iran contends that its nuclear program is aimed at power generation, not weapons.
"The belligerent neo-cons of the U.S. should be careful because Iran's response to their measures would go beyond their imaginations and predictions," Najjar said.
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