Iran to UN: Supervise Israel's nuclear program

Iranian UN Amb. Khoshrou demands UN take 'firm actions' to 'eliminate' Israel's alleged nuclear weapons.

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Iran requested the United Nations (UN) supervise Israel's nuclear program and condemn Israel's "threats" against Iran, Reuters reported.

In letters to the UN, Iranian Ambassador to the UN Gholamali Khoshrou wrote, "The United Nations' members should not turn a blind eye to these threats and must take firms actions to eliminate all Israeli nuclear weapons."

Khoshrou also demanded the UN force Israel to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and accept supervision from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Iran has continuously made clear that is ready and willing to annihilate Israel.

Israel has neither confirmed nor denied possession of nuclear weapons. However, it has promised that the country will "not be the first to test nuclear weapons in the Middle East."