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Joyjari on Amano's Iran report

IAEA Decisions on Iran Based on West's Prejudgments

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Sept. 4 (ICANA) – An Iranian parliamentarian says the latest report prepared by the International Atomic Energy Agency on Iran's nuclear activities has been worded under US pressure.
Sunday, September 04, 2011 11:08:04 PM
IAEA Decisions on Iran Based on West's Prejudgments

Habib Joyjari, a member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) made the statement in an interview with ICANA on Sunday.

The lawmaker said those reviewing Iran's nuclear dossier at IAEA were under the influence of politically motivated prejudgments of the US and Europe.

He said claims by IAEA that Iran may have clandestine plans to produce nuclear weapons originated from politicization of Iran's nuclear dossier under the West's pressures.

The lawmaker urged IAEA Director General Yukia Amano "not to be influenced by prejudgments and try to be a realistic researcher."

An IAEA report, dated and leaked Friday, said Iran continues to defy U.N. resolutions aimed at curbing its nuclear program and cited "increasing" concerns it may be developing nuclear weapons

But the report, intended for the IAEA's director general as well as the U.N. Security Council, also suggests Iran continues to flout U.N. and other resolutions regarding its nuclear program.

For example, "Iran has not suspended its enrichment-related activities" -- even at facilities being monitored by the IAEA, the report notes. The nation also "has not suspended work on all heavy water related projects, including the construction of the heavy water moderated research reactor."

And information that Iran may or may not be disclosing, specifically regarding possible nuclear weaponry being produced by the program, is a particularly pressing issue, according to the nine-page document.

"The agency is increasingly concerned about the possible existence in Iran of past or current undisclosed nuclear-related activities involving military-related organizations," the report states.

Specifically, it cites "new information" received by the IAEA "related to the development of a nuclear payload for a missile."

"The information available to the agency in connection with these outstanding issues is extensive and comprehensive and has been acquired both from member states and through its own efforts," the report adds.

Iran's ambassador to the IAEA, Ali Asgshar Soltanieh, played up the report as demonstrating "the positive steps (taken by Iran) in line with cooperation and transparency," according to state-run Press TV.

"The cooperation of our country in the provision of information and clearing up ambiguities and responding to some of the questions has clearly been mentioned," Soltanieh said.

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