* IAEA not calling for delay in plant’s launch
* Amano: Iran’s uranium enrichment “continuing steadily”
* Iranian refusal to clarify activities “very unfortunate”
By Fredrik Dahl
VIENNA, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Cyber attacks such as the Stuxnet
computer worm could harm nuclear sites but Russia and Iran are
paying “enough attention” to prevent any possible accident at
Iran’s Bushehr reactor, the U.N. nuclear chief said on Tuesday.
Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic
Energy Agency (IAEA), told Reuters the U.N. watchdog was
watching developments and gathering information about Stuxnet
Russia has urged NATO to investigate last year’s Stuxnet
attack on the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear plant in Iran,
saying it could have triggered a disaster on the scale of the
Chernobyl reactor explosion in Ukraine in 1986.
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