London, October 22 (Xinhua)-The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has expressed concern that AUKUS is being used by other non-nuclear states as a precedent for pursuing a nuclear submarine program.
The IAEA Secretary mentioned Rafael Grossi, a new three-way security agreement between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, and during his visit to Washington, “a special team to investigate the legal implications of nuclear safeguards and partnerships. Was established. ” “The Guardian said in a recent report.
The UN General Assembly President warned that other countries could follow suit and seek to build nuclear submarines, raising serious proliferation and legal concerns, “the report added.
The treaty was announced on September 15, under which Washington and London will help Canbella build nuclear submarines, which, if implemented, will result in the first acquisition of nuclear submarines by non-nuclear-weapon states.
IAEA chiefs express concern that AUKUS will set a bad precedent
SourceIAEA chiefs express concern that AUKUS will set a bad precedent